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Shooting on Phoenix roadway kills driver

Police responded to a crash near I-10 and 67th Avenue to find one driver involved had been shot. The man later died at the hospital.

PHOENIX — The Phoenix Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting on a west Phoenix roadway that left one man dead following a crash.

Officers responded to a crash between two vehicles just after midnight on Saturday near I-10 and 67th Avenue. Once there, officers found that one of the drivers had been shot, police said.

The man was taken to a local hospital but later died of his injuries there. He's been identified as 34-year-old Robert Linn Wolford.

Detectives are investigating the shooting as a homicide, but have not released further details about the incident.

At this time police have not offered information on a potential suspect.

The cause of the crash has also not been confirmed.

This is a developing story, tune in to 12News for more updates.

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