Tucson, AZ (October 5, 2019) – Two people were killed on Friday morning in a train accident near Interstate 10 and Avra Valley Road.
According to officials from the Marana Police Department, the two killed were employees of a self-contracting company working for Tucson Electric Power in the area. According to Sgt. Jeff Pridgett, a police spokesman, no one aboard the Union Pacific train was injured during the collision. The incident happened around 11:05 a.m., per a report from Tim McMahan, a Union Pacific spokesman.
Marana police officers shut down the westbound frontage road of I-10 between Avra Valley and Tangerine roads to investigate the incident.
We would like to offer our condolences to the families of the deceased victims at this time.
Hundreds of lives are lost and many are injured each year as a result of accidents in Arizona. When crashes involving trains occur, catastrophic and even fatal consequences befall victims. And when a victim has been killed as a result of a serious accident, families should safeguard their legal rights with the help of a wrongful death attorney in Arizona.
Families who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of other drivers may have to deal with insurance companies, financial difficulties, and emotional trauma. But they can seek help from a skilled attorney to cope with the aftermath of these serious incidents.
For decades, our skilled and compassionate attorneys at ELG Law have assisted the families left to pick up the pieces after a crash. Our aggressive attorneys can help hold negligent parties accountable for their actions, seeking the justice and fair compensation you deserve after a wreck. Contact us for more information at (623) 562-3838.
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