75-Year-Old Woman Dies Months after 3-Vehicle Crash at Mission Road and Via Ingresso
TUCSON, AZ (October 1, 2019) – A woman has died two months after being involved in a traffic collision on Tucson’s southwest side on October 1.
According to the Tucson Police Department, 75-year-old Clovis Isaacs passed away Monday as a result of the collision near Mission Road and Via Ingresso.
Police later identified a maroon 2006 Ford Expedition traveling south on Mission Road. The vehicle was in the left turn lane, attempting to turn onto West Via Ingresso.
Meanwhile, a northbound blue 1996 Ford Ranger pickup was passing through the intersection. As the traffic signal turned yellow, the vehicles eventually collided.
After the initial crash, the Expedition continued east where it also collided with the front of a tan 2004 Honda Odyssey minivan.
Isaacs and other passengers were later taken to Banner University Medical Center for treatment of serious to life-threatening injuries. However, Isaacs later succumbed to her injuries on Monday evening.
Furthermore, the driver of the Expedition was cited for failure to yield while making a left turn.
The surrounding area was closed off for a brief time while crews worked to clear the scene for preliminary investigations. However, the case is currently under review to determine any additional charges at this time.
During this delicate time, we would like to extend our deepest condolences to the loved ones and friends of Clovis Isaacs.
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