60-Year-Old Man Dies in Pedestrian vs. Motorcycle Collision near North Oracle Road
TUCSON, AZ (September 26, 2023) – Late Saturday evening, Wayne Aaron Kimball lost his life in a pedestrian accident on Fort Lowell Road.
The incident unfolded at approximately 11:50 p.m. on September 16th, taking place within the 300 block of West Fort Lowell Road, just to the east of North Oracle Road.
According to reports, Kimball entered the roadway from the southern side when he was struck by a 64-year-old motorcyclist traveling eastbound. The collision resulted in the rider being thrown from the motorcycle onto the road.
Paramedics arrived at the scene and transported both Kimball and the motorcycle rider to Banner University Medical Center with severe injuries.
Due to the extent of his condition, medics later pronounced 60-year-old Kimball dead on Monday, September 18th.
Law enforcement officers conducted initial investigations and acquired a toxicology report for Kimball, which indicated the presence of drugs in his system.
Additionally, authorities noted that the motorcycle rider did not possess a valid motorcycle license. Additional information will be made available when it becomes accessible.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of Wayne Aaron Kimball.
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