2 dead after car crash on the US 60 in Apache Junction, Arizona

by SpeedLux
Apache Junction, Arizona

Two people died in a car accident on the US 60 near Meridian Road in Apache Junction, Arizona.

Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) says the incident took place around 10:25 p.m. Friday night when a car drifted off right for an unknown reason and crashed with a motorcyclist. Troopers say the motorcyclist was able to maintain control of the bike and safely pulled over.

The motorcyclist was not injured. 

The car, however, kept driving off to the right side of the road where it then struck the base of the Meridian Road Bridge. The crash resulted in at least two people being thrown from the car.

Officials confirmed that two people died at the crash site. Identities of the victims are yet to be revealed.

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