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Arizona DPS seeking help after 2 adults dead in West Valley street racing crash

Feb 21, 2022, 8:00 AM | Updated: 8:37 am
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PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Public Safety is seeking the public’s help in identifying vehicles involved in a fatal West Valley street racing incident on Sunday morning, authorities said.

Driver Jimmy Greenwood, 30, of Surprise, and passenger Farren Relerford, 35, of El Mirage, collided into a barrier wall on eastbound Interstate 10 near 59th Avenue around 12:20 a.m. moments after racing with other vehicles at a high rate of speed, AZDPS said in a press release.

Greenwood and Relerford died from injuries they sustained in the crash, AZDPS said.

Two children riding in the back seat, ages 2 and 4, were hospitalized with minor-to-moderate injuries, AZDPS said.

Greenwood was driving a gray Ford Mustang.

Anyone with information of the incident is asked to contact the DPS Duty Office at 602-223-2212 or can submit a tip online to remain anonymous.

 

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