PHOENIX — A 13-year-old boy was killed and several others, including children, were severely injured after a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 17 in north Phoenix Thursday night.
The collision happened on SB I-17 near Union Hills Drive, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation
The Phoenix Fire Department said five people were rushed to the hospital.
The Department of Public Safety said a dark-colored SUV lost control and struck another white SUV, causing both vehicles to roll over. The front seat passenger of the dark SUV, a 13-year-old boy was killed after being ejected. The three other passengers in the dark SUV sustained life-threatening injuries, two of which were also ejected.
Both driver and passenger of the white SUV sustained life-threatening injuries, and the passenger was ejected. Impairment was not a factor for both drivers.
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