SRP worker killed, 2 women injured in alleged DUI crash on Grand Ave

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PHOENIX, AZ – An SRP worker was killed in a rollover crash that involved an allegedly intoxicated driver who was reportedly traveling at extreme speeds on Grand Avenue on Wednesday, according to FOX 10 Phoenix.

The crash happened near the intersection of Grand Avenue and 37th Avenue, as 20-year-old Richard Anderson was allegedly driving his sedan at speeds of over 145 miles per hour. He crashed into an SUV owned by the Salt River Project, and the impact caused the other vehicle to overturn.

63-year-old Dion Kelly, an SPR worker, was pronounced dead after the crash.

Two women riding in the vehicles were also injured in the collision.

Anderson reportedly admitted to smoking marijuana a few hours before the crash occurred, and is facing a second-degree murder charge in connection with the crash.

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