A pickup truck crashed into a group of Arizona bicyclists, killing 2 and injuring 11
- A pickup truck crashed into a group of Arizona bicyclists on Saturday, killing two of them.
- The collision also injured 11 other cyclists, who were brought to local hospitals.
Two people were killed and 11 were injured after a pickup truck collided with a group of bicyclists while they were riding across a bridge in Goodyear, Arizona, police said Saturday.
A female victim died at the scene, and a male victim died after being take to a local hospital, ABC News reported.
The Goodyear Police Department said in a statement that the driver of the pickup truck, an adult man, remained at the scene after the collision. It's unclear whether police arrested the driver.
It's also unclear what caused the crash. Police said in their statement that an investigation is ongoing, and confirmed that the pickup truck was the only vehicle involved in the collision.
The conditions of the surviving 11 victims remain unclear, and other details have been released about them, though FOX10 reported that all victims were adults.
Footage from local media outlets showed over a dozen first responder vehicles clustered on Goodyear's Cotton Lane Bridge on Saturday morning, including numerous ambulances and police cruisers.
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