Three-Vehicle Crash on 24th Street Hospitalized 3 People

PHOENIX, AZ (June 13, 2022)  On Saturday, a three-vehicle crash on 24th Street left three people with injuries.

The accident happened 12:00 p.m. in the area of 24th Street and Southern Avenue.

According to the reports, a collision between three unspecified vehicles took place under unknown circumstances.

First responders then located three people with injuries and rushed all of them to nearby hospitals with minor to serious injuries.

At this time, authorities withheld their names until their next of kin are notified.

Meanwhile, Phoenix Police continue to investigate the crash and are asking anyone who has information about the collision to reach them as soon as possible.

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