Woman, 90, dies from injuries after car crash - Tucson News Now

Woman, 90, dies from injuries after car crash

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A Tucson man may face felony charges after a 90-year-old woman involved in a car crash died from her injuries.

Tucson police responded to a report of a two-car crash at the intersection of Speedway Blvd. and Catalina Avenue on March 13 involving a pickup truck and a Chrysler PT Cruiser, according to Sgt. Chris Widmer.

The 60-year-old driver of the truck was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and his passenger suffered minor injuries but was not taken to the hospital.

The 72-year-old driver of the PT Cruiser and the 90-year-old female passenger were both transported with minor injuries. The 90-year-old, identified as Dorothy Hill, died from complications resulting from her injuries on April 22, according to a news release.

Widmer said the driver showed signs of intoxication, though the investigation is ongoing and felony charges are pending.

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