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2 people hospitalized in Phoenix after collision causes roll over

Sep 3, 2021, 4:14 PM
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PHOENIX — Two people were taken to a local hospital Friday after noon after a two vehicle accident caused one of the vehicles to roll over, authorities said.

The incident happened near I-17 and Thomas Road at about 3:30 p.m., Phoenix Fire Capt. Frank Keller said in an email. When officers arrived, the car that rolled over was back on its wheels and passengers did not need extrication.

One adult was taken to St. Joseph’s emergency room and an elderly woman was taken to St. Joseph’s trauma center, Keller said.

Two other people were evaluated at the scene, but refused treatment and transportation, Keller said.

The ages and names of the individuals haven’t been released, and Phoenix police on scene were working the investigation.

No other information was immediately available.

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2 people hospitalized in Phoenix after collision causes roll over