According to DPS reports, a man died in a three-vehicle collision on Interstate 10 north of Marana Saturday afternoon.
Lawrence Sofaly, 74, of Hondo, Texas, was a passenger in a car that was struck by another car on westbound I-10 Saturday near milepost 230, about 2 miles east of Pinal Airpark Road, according to the Department of Public Safety. The crash closed westbound I-10 at West Tangerine Road for about eight hours on Saturday.
A vehicle traveling eastbound on I-10 crossed over the median into oncoming traffic and hit the vehicle Sofaly was in and another vehicle. AZ DPS does not know why the vehicle crossed over into the westbound lanes.
Why do these keep occurring? One reason: Are more lawsuits the answer? Nothing else seems to get the attention of our state government.
THE STATE OF ARIZONA HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT REFUSES TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE PROBLEM AND INSTALL MEDIAN BARRIERS.
Are more lawsuits the answer? Nothing else seems to get the attention of our state government.
Have you, a loved one, a family friend been injured by a crossover accident on Interstate 10?
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