One person was trapped inside one of the involved vehicles following the crash and had to be extricated
Phoenix, AZ. – One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash Monday night on Interstate 10 in Phoenix, according to the authorities.
The incident was reported at around 9:26 p.m. on eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 near 16th Street.
Two vehicles were involved in the wreck. The events leading up to the collision were not immediately established.
One person was trapped and had to be extricated.
Authorities said one person died in the mishap.
A woman was transported to a hospital with severe injuries. A man was hurt and was treated at the scene, though the extent of his injuries was not disclosed.
Additional information about the accident was not provided.
An investigation is ongoing.
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