1 killed and another injured in hit-and-run crash in Glendale

Mar 27, 2021, 9:23 AM | Updated: 11:00 am
Glendale Police suspect this vehicle was involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash on Saturday morning...
Glendale Police suspect this vehicle was involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash on Saturday morning. (Glendale Police photo)
(Glendale Police photo)

PHOENIX — One man was killed and another man was injured in a hit-and-run crash involving a pick-up truck in Glendale.

Police said two men, ages 37 and 35, were struck by a Dodge Ram pickup truck around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning near the intersection of 71st and Glendale avenues.

Both men were transported to the hospital where the 37-year-old man was pronounced dead. The 35-year-old is in stable condition and expected to survive, according to a release.

Police identified the man killed as Gustav Danielson of Avondale. The 35-year-old was identified as a resident of Gilbert.

A photo of the vehicle was released, as police began an investigation into the crash.

Police suspect the vehicle is a silver Dodge Ram with damage to the front from the crash, including a missing side mirror on the driver’s side of the vehicle.

If anyone has any information, police ask that they contact the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-3000.

No further information was released at this time.

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1 killed and another injured in hit-and-run crash in Glendale