News: 2-vehicle crash in NW Peoria kills 2 adults, 1 teen

PEORIA, AZ – Two adults in their 30s and a 14-year-old teen died after a Jeep collided with their vehicle on a busy Peoria roadway late Sunday night, reports 12 News.

Police say the incident happened around 9 p.m. near the intersection of 107th Avenue and West Deer Valley Road, which is just northeast of the Deer Valley Ranch Retention Greenspace

The investigation thus far indicates that a silver Jeep crashed into a silver Mazda as the latter vehicle attempted to make a left turn.

The three victims in the crash were occupants of the Mazda. So far, authorities have identified the two adult victims as 36-year old Elizabeth Simpson and 31-year-old Jace Hochstetler. Authorities have not yet identified the 14-year-old.

Additionally, two children from the Mazda went to the hospital with serious injuries, and another child suffered minor injuries.

Nobody in the Jeep sustained injuries in the crash.

Police suspect impairment as a possible factor in the accident.

A full investigation is underway.

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