Driver Arrested after Wrong-Way Crash along Interstate 10
PHOENIX, AZ (November 22, 2022) – Early Saturday morning, a wrong-way driver was arrested after driving on the wrong lane near Tonopah.
The incident happened on November 19th, on Interstate 10 ending near 371st Avenue and Whitton Avenue.
According to reports, police attempted to pull over a wrong-way driver on Interstate 10 when the driver fled. The police then initiated a pursuit and used a PIT maneuver to try and stop the car. The PIT maneuver was unsuccessful, however, the car later ended up crashing just off the highway at 371st Avenue and Whitton Avenue.
Following the crash, the police took the driver into custody.
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