At Least One Hurt in Multi-Car Collision near East Escalante Road

TUCSON, AZ (September 16, 2022) – Tuesday afternoon, one driver sustained serious injuries in a 3-vehicle accident on South Houghton Road.

The incident occurred near East Escalante Road on August 16th. Police responded to the scene near Secrist Middle School shortly after.

At this time, the events surrounding the collision remain unknown. However, the crash involved a sedan, a pickup-truck, and a front-end loader.

First responders located the driver of the loader with major injuries. Although, authorities have not yet released their name or place of residency.

Moreover, police closed the area between East Escalante Road and S. Houghton Road for several hours during cleanup and preliminary duties. Tucson Police are still investigating the 3-vehicle accident on South Houghton Road and will provide updates once available.

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