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Weather Blamed for Fatal Crash

Authorities blame the death of two good Samaritans who were killed in a crash on westbound Interstate 40 east of Seligman on the weather.

The accident that took the lives of the two people who were attempting to assist another motorist who had been in a rollover accident involving a commercial vehicle. The accident was caused by accumulated ice and hail on the roadway on Saturday morning at approximately 9:47 a.m. westbound along I-40 at milepost 128 located near Ash Fork.

Troopers with the Arizona Department of Public Safety (ADPS) say there were at least five weather-related collisions. Three of the weather-related collisions injured a total of six people. All were transported to Flagstaff Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

ADPS Captain George Manera said in a statement, “The multiple-vehicle, multiple-injury and fatal incident was a result of rapid changes in weather along with high rates of speed. Drivers need to be extremely aware of rapidly changing weather conditions particularly this time of year.”

Weather, road conditions or any number of other factors can contribute to an accident – no matter what kind of safety precautions you take.

If you or a loved one has been involved in or tragically lost their life in any kind of accident, depending on the circumstances surrounding your accident, it is possible that you are eligible to be compensated for injuries suffered.

At the law offices of Warnock MacKinlay Law, we focus on your accident and personal injury needs. If you have questions, then Nate will be there to answer them for you. He will be there to give you advice after an accident and help in getting you and your loved ones the compensation you deserve.

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