Two Severely Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash in North Phoenix [Phoenix, AZ]

Two Severely Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash in North Phoenix [Phoenix, AZ]

Two Severely Injured After Two-Vehicle Crash in North Phoenix [Phoenix, AZ]

Two Severely Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash in North Phoenix [Phoenix, AZ]

Young Girl and Woman Badly Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash in North Phoenix

PHOENIX, AZ (August 30, 2021) – Tuesday afternoon, a young girl and a woman sustained injuries after a deadly two-vehicle crash in North Phoenix.

The crash took place at around 3:30 p.m., near Cave Creek and Mountain View Road and involved two vehicles, as stated by the report.

According to officials, a 40-year-old lady and her little child were transported to the hospital after suffering significant injuries in the accident. Both of them are now in a stable condition.

Meanwhile, there is no immediate word on what caused the two-vehicle crash to occur.

The crash in Northern Phoenix is still under active investigation.

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