On Monday, October 19th, at about 8:30am, the Kingman Police Department responded to a three-vehicle crash in the 3800blk of E. Andy Devine Ave., that resulted in serious life-threatening injuries to one driver. A 70-year-old Kingman woman was driving a black in color 2008 GMC pick-up truck, attempting to cross westbound Andy Devine Ave. onto Castle Rock Rd. She failed to yield the right of way to a brown in color 2016 Dodge pick-up truck, driven by a 57-year-old Kingman woman, who had been westbound on Andy Devine Ave. The westbound Dodge truck collided into the passenger side of the GMC truck, causing the GMC truck to collide into a white in color Honda sedan that was stopped on Castle Rock Rd. at Andy Devine Ave. The speed and force of the collision caused the driver of the GMC truck to be ejected out of the passenger window and onto the roadway where she received serious head injuries. She was not wearing a passenger restraint. This woman was ultimately airlifted to Sunrise Medical Center in Las Vegas, NV with serious, life threatening injuries. The drivers of the other two vehicles went to Kingman Regional Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries. The crash caused the westbound lanes of Andy Devine Ave. at Castle Rock Rd. to be closed for about 1 hour. The investigation is ongoing to determine the cause and contributing factors to the crash.
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