2 Dead after Wrong-Way Collision near Picacho Peak Road
ELOY, AZ (September 17, 2021) – Wednesday afternoon, Kimberly Skelley and Ernesto Molina were killed in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 10.
Emergency crews arrived to the eastbound lanes of I-10 around 4:00 p.m., after receiving multiple dispatch calls. Officers say two vehicles were involved in the collision.
Per reports, a Chevrolet sedan was traveling the wrong way on the freeway when the driver struck a Hyundai sedan head-on.
The driver of the Chevy was later identified as 30-year-old Ernesto Molina, of Tucson. In addition, the Hyundai driver was identified as 50-year-old Kimberly Skelley, of Tucson.
Due to the impact of the crash, both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.
During cleanup and preliminary duties, traffic was delayed in the area for multiple hours near Picacho Peak Road.
At this time, no further information has been provided. Once available, more details will be released.
Our team would like to send our sincere sympathies to the loved ones of Kimberly Skelley and Ernesto Molina during this time.
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