Teens crash while driving in Rillito wash - Tucson News Now

Teens crash while driving in Rillito wash

Credit: Northwest Fire Credit: Northwest Fire
Credit: Northwest Fire Credit: Northwest Fire
Credit: Northwest Fire Credit: Northwest Fire
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Four people have been transported to the hospital after crashing their car while driving through the Rillito River wash south of Orange Grove Sunday afternoon, according to Northwest Fire PIO Adam Goldberg.

All of those involved were teenagers, ages ranging for 15-years-old to 19-years-old. There were five people in the small, red pickup truck. All of the passengers were transported to the hospital with minor to serious injuries. No critical injuries were reported.

The driver was not transported. Marana Police are questioning the driver regarding the incident.

It is unknown if any of the teens were wearing their seatbelts.

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