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2 children killed, woman hurt after street sweeper truck falls from flyover onto I-10 in west Valley

TOLLESON, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Two young girls are dead and a woman is hurt following a crash in the westbound lanes of I-10 near Loop 101 in the west Valley. Police say the accident happened shortly after 3 a.m. when a street sweeper traveling on the off-ramp from southbound Loop 101 to eastbound I-10 drove off the flyover and landed in the westbound lanes of I-10 below. According to Sgt. Jacob Melki with the Arizona Department of Public Safety, first responders arrived to find the driver trapped inside and a child who had been ejected from the truck nearby.
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I just took my 1987 Fleer baseball card featuring “Dr. K & Super K” and threw it in the trash. Those chumps can’t hold a candle to the mighty Sean O’Malley, who split home plate in two with a screeching 904 mph fastball. That’s according to the update “Sugar” posted on Instagram, just seconds after throwing out the first pitch for the Diamondbacks.
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2 children die in street-sweeper crash at I-10, Loop 101 in West Valley

PHOENIX – Two children were killed and their mother seriously injured early Friday on a West Valley freeway when the street sweeper she was driving crashed off an overhead ramp. Westbound Interstate 10 was closed near southbound Loop 101 Agua Fria Freeway in Tolleson around 3:30 a.m. and reopened...
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Car Thieves Arrested After Pursuit | Phoenix

06.22.2022 | 12:30 AM | PHOENIX – Phoenix Police responded to reports of 3 vehicles stolen from Courtesy Chevrolet near 13th Street and Camelback Road shortly after midnight. A short time later an officer in the area noticed a pickup truck matching the description of one of the stolen vehicles travelling at a high rate of speed. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle and the suspect failed. The Phoenix Police Air Unit quickly acquired the vehicle and began tracking it from above. Ground units pulled back and followed at a safe distance, initiating a tactical surveillance operation. The suspect fled southbound towards i-10 then westbound before entering a neighboring near 39th Avenue and McDowell Road. The truck was abandoned near 39th Drive and Lynnwood Street. 2 suspects fled westbound on foot, jumping through various residential properties. Ground units quickly moved in and took both suspects into custody. Officers cleared the stolen vehicle and transported back to the Courtesy Chevrolet dealership. The 2 other stolen vehicles have yet to be recovered. For licensing, contact info@onscene.tv Follow our other platforms! IG – https://www.instagram.com/onscenetv/?hl=en FB – https://www.facebook.com/onscenetv/
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Diamondbacks call up Dallas Keuchel in hopes of finding consistent fifth starter

Fourteen times this year, the Diamondbacks have trotted out a starting pitcher not named Zac Gallen, Merrill Kelly, Madison Bumgarner or Zach Davies. In those 14 starts — one for Caleb Smith, nine for Humberto Castellanos, three for Tyler Gilbert and one for Luke Weaver — they’ve gotten a combined 7.93 ERA across 59 innings. Now, the Diamondbacks are turning to Dallas Keuchel. The 34-year-old will make his Diamondbacks debut in Sunday’s series finale against the Tigers. ...
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