Manh Thach Killed in Peoria Accident on 67th Avenue
Peoria, Arizona – Manh Thach, 58, was killed in a collision that happened late Saturday night in Peoria, according to the Peoria Police Department.
The accident took place near 67th Avenue and Happy Valley Road shortly before midnight on November 11.
Authorities said Thach was driving a Toyota 4-Runner south on 67th Avenue when he drifted across the center line and collided head-on with an oncoming Honda CRV.
Thach was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced deceased.
The driver of the Honda was taken to a hospital with serious injuries.
Three parties who were passengers in the Honda were hospitalized with minor injuries.
The Peoria Police Department is investigating to determine the cause of the collision.
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