Glendale, AZ – Woman Hit & Killed After Pedestrian Crash at 63rd Ave & Olive AveArizona Legal News
Glendale, AZ (February 11, 2020) – Police are investigating a serious crash after a woman died in Glendale on Tuesday night.
According to officers from the Glendale Police Department, the woman was crossing the street at 63rd Avenue and Olive Avenue when she was hit by a car. The woman was rushed to an area hospital via ambulance but died from her injuries.
The driver reportedly remained at the scene and police say officers observed no signs of impairment.
No further details have been released at this time.
Our deepest condolences go out to the victim’s family.
Fatal Pedestrian Accidents in Arizona
When it comes to fatal accidents and pedestrian incidents across the state, victims and families are particularly vulnerable in the aftermath. After a pedestrian accident, victims and families are often left with financial difficulties, long-term physical issues, and emotional trauma.
If you have suffered in a pedestrian accident as a result of an employer’s negligence, contact a personal injury attorney to safeguard your legal rights.
At ELG Law, our team of attorneys is dedicated to helping you get the justice you deserve after these unfortunate incidents. Our experienced, highly-skilled injury lawyers have spent years fighting for both victims and their families. Contact us to set up your free consultation at (623) 562-3838.
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