Flags at half staff for fallen border patrol agent - Tucson News Now

Flags at half staff for fallen border patrol agent

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Flags are flying at half staff for Border Patrol Agent Alexander Giannini, who was killed in a rollover accident.

Two agents were on duty in their patrol unit whenthe crash happened on Interstate 10, about eight miles east of Benson.

Both people were taken to UAMC, but agent Giannini died on the way.

So far, the border patrol hasn't released the name of the other agent or his condition.

The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

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