Tucson Arizona Rollover

A Tucson woman died when the 1999 GMC SUV she was in rolled on I-10 near the State Route 387 interchange near Casa Grande, AZ.
Toni Soto, 31, was ejected from the on Saturday. She died at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix. Arizona Department of Public Safety Officer Jim Oien said the crash happened about 9:45 a.m. when the right rear tire of the vehicle blew out, and the driver was unable to control the car.

According to Oien, only two of the eight people in the vehicle were wearing seat belts. The 32-year-old driver and a 36-year-old passenger were wearing seat belts and were treated and released from St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix. Of the four other passengers who were not wearing seat belts, two were treated and released from Phoenix hospitals, and two were admitted, one for critical injuries. All of the passengers of the GMC sport utility vehicle are from Tucson.

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