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Dale Foxworthy Killed, Mickey Antonio Arrested in Motorcycle Accident on Castro Avenue [Tucson, AZ]

Dale Foxworthy Killed, Mickey Antonio Arrested in Motorcycle Accident on Castro Avenue [Tucson, AZ]

1 Dead in Tucson Motorcycle Accident

 
TUCSON, AZ (December 9, 2019) – A 52-year-old male victim died in a motorcycle accident on Castro Avenue on December 4.
 
Officers responded on North Castro Avenue and West Laguna Street around 5:30 p.m., after a report of a serious injury collision between an SUV and a motorcycle.
 
Tucson Fire Department later transported Dale Foxworthy to Banner University Medical Center for further treatment of life-threatening injuries.
 
According to reports, Foxworthy was traveling south on North Castro Avenue where he eventually tried to turn west onto West Laguna Street. While Foxworthy was making the turn, a nearby SUV struck him after failing to stop at the stop sign.
 
Officers discovered the SUV driver Mickey Antonio, 38, intoxicated upon arrival. As a result, police later arrested and booked Antonio into Pima County Jail on felony aggravated assault charges.
 
Foxworthy was later pronounced dead at the hospital due to the extent of his injuries on December 7. However, authorities are still investigating the collision at this time.
 
Weaving in and out of lanes is extremely dangerous. Moreover, always be aware of the presence of other motorists around you. In addition, pay attention and consider small vehicles like motorcycles and bicycles. These vehicles are more prone to road accidents than bigger vehicles.


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