PHOENIX, AZ — 16-year-old Tomas Villaverde died in a two-vehicle accident on Sunday in Phoenix. Two other teens and a man also suffered injuries in the crash.
The fatal car accident took place around 9:30 p.m. Sunday night near 36th Street and Indian School Road. Early reports show that a Ford Mustang was speeding eastbound on Indian School Road when it struck a Honda Accord that was turning left onto 36th Street.
Due to the force of the impact, two of the three people in the Mustang were ejected from the car. Tomas Villaverde died as a result of the collision. The 17-year-old driver and 16-year-old passenger were also injured but the details were not provided. Police believe that speeding played a part in the wreck.
The force of the collision sent the Honda into a traffic pole. The 50-year-old driver received serious injuries, but is expected to recover. According to police, the man showed signs of alcohol impairment. It is not known what charges either driver will face. The accident is still under investigation.
The AZ Hometown Lawyers sends their condolences to the family and friends of the victim.
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The loss of a loved one in an accident is irreversible. Thus, it is in the best interest for you and your family to be aware of what to do next.
Those impacted by this loss, must understand that they may have the authority to file a wrongful death suit. Although this won’t bring back your loved one, this may be the most beneficial step towards alleviating the financial burden the death of a loved one has created.
If you lost someone you love in a similar accident in Arizona, you do not have to face the fallout alone. Here at the AZ Hometown Lawyers, we not only provide the representation you deserve, but will also stand by your side to help you through these trying times. For more information, Call GIL at (602) 495-1005 or submit a request on our Contact page for a Free Consultation.
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