Motorcycle Crash on Alveron Way Left One 30-Year-Old Man Dead

TUCSON, AZ (May 19, 2022) – On Sunday, a motorcycle crash on Grant Road left Josef Carlisle Nicholai Carisbarone killed, police said.

The motor-auto crash happened at the intersection of East Grant Road and North Alvernon Way, at about 3:44 p.m.

Furthermore, the investigation revealed that a Ford was making a left turn and eventually struck the motorcycle for reasons unknown.

Moreover, 30-year-old Carisbarone was rushed to a local hospital for treatment of major injuries, but sadly succumbed to his injuries on Saturday May 14th.

No other details about the crash are available as of the moment. However, an active investigation is currently underway.

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