Justin Manning Killed in Motorcycle Crash on 32nd Street [Phoenix, AZ]


40-Year-Old Rider Pronounced Dead after Motorcycle Accident on Broadway Road

PHOENIX, AZ (September 2, 2022) – Wednesday afternoon, Justin Manning was pronounced dead after a motorcycle crash on 32nd Street.

The incident occurred around 12:30 p.m., near the intersection of Broadway Road and 32nd Street. For reasons under investigation, a vehicle and motorcycle collided in the area.

First responders arrived to the scene and located the motorcyclist with life-threatening injuries. Medical personnel transported 40-year-old Manning to a nearby hospital where he later died.

Meanwhile, the unidentified driver of the involved vehicle stayed at the scene and cooperated with the investigation. Emergency crews say the driver remained uninjured.

Footage from the scene shows a small gray sedan and a severely damaged motorcycle down on the road.  At this time, an active investigation to determine further information is still ongoing. Once available, more details will be provided.


No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. The team at Sweet James offers their deepest condolences and sympathies to the family and friends of Justin Manning.


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