Unidentified Pedestrian Pronounced Dead after Fatal Accident near Ina Road

TUCSON, AZ (March 31, 2023) – Early Wednesday morning, one pedestrian was fatally struck in a tractor-trailer collision on Interstate 10. The incident occurred around 3:00 a.m., near Cortara and Ina Road on February 1st. First responders arrived to the scene shortly after receiving multiple dispatch calls in the area. Per reports, a pedestrian was standing on the roadway when the driver of a passing tractor-trailer struck them. Due to the extent of injuries sustained, medical personnel eventually pronounced the pedestrian dead at the scene. Although authorities have not yet released their identity. The eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 at milepost 248 between Cortara Road and Ina Road were blocked during cleanup and investigations. Following preliminary duties, officers later determined that the involved tractor-trailer driver was not impaired at the time. At this time, local authorities have not released the identities of those involved in the incident. Once available, more details will be provided about the fatal tractor-trailer collision on Interstate 10.
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