(Source: CBS 5 News) A 62-year-old woman apparently suffered from a medical condition when her car slammed into two people walking near a Phoenix bus stop early Wednesday.
PHOENIX (CBS5) -
A 62-year-old woman lost control of her car and slammed into two people walking near a Phoenix bus stop early Wednesday morning.
Both pedestrians were hurt, but expected to survive, according to Sgt. Trent Crump of the Phoenix Police Department.
Crump said the woman was traveling south on 35th Avenue and appeared to have suffered a medical condition. She crossed into the northbound lanes near Alice Avenue, struck a power pole and then the two pedestrians before her car came to rest after knocking over the canopy of the bus stop, Crump said.
The driver of the car suffered minor injuries and was taken to a hospital for medical reasons after the crash happened about 6:30 a.m.
No citations were issued, Crump said.
Copyright 2012 CBS 5(Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
Sunday, July 27 2014 10:19 PM EDT2014-07-28 02:19:04 GMT
NWS: Macroburst hit north Phoenix with 100 mph winds
A macroburst with winds in excess of 100 mph hit north Phoenix Saturday night, snapping power poles, toppling trees and cutting power to 33,000 utility customers, the National Weather Service said.More >
Intense macrobursts can cause tornado-force damage of up to F3 intensity, the National Weather Service said after it confirmed the event. The Paradise Valley Hospital sustained rooftop damage.More >
Friday, July 25 2014 6:54 AM EDT2014-07-25 10:54:07 GMT
Leaders of Oasis Church say they received more than 1,000 inquiries about the free house, but those interested say it would cost too much to move the structure.More >
A free house offer fell through for a Pascagoula church. Last month, WLOX reported that Oasis Church wanted to find a good home for an old house. Leaders posted the house on social media and Craigslist. The post went viral, but there were no takers. So this week, the house came crashing down.More >