Five-Vehicle Collision near Camelback Road Left Two Women Injured
GLENDALE, AZ (December 13, 2021) – One woman sustained serious injuries while another one was also hurt following a crash near 51st Avenue Wednesday night.
According to authorities, the multi-vehicle crash occurred near the area of 51st Avenue and Camelback Road.
Paramedics immediately responded on the scene after receiving reports of an accident.
Consequently, they sent one woman with serious injuries to a local hospital. Furthermore, according to Glendale police, paramedics transported another woman to a hospital for precautionary reasons.
Currently, authorities have kept the identity of the victims private.
Meanwhile, according to authorities, impairment is not a factor of the crash near 51st Avenue.
Authorities closed Camelback Road in both directions from 47th Avenue to 51st Avenue for many hours. An active investigation is now underway.
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