Pedestrian hit by car dies from injuries
A 45-year-old Tucson man died Wednesday from injuries suffered when he was hit by a car a week ago, Tucson police said.
Eddie Sagastume was walking across East Grant Road at North Arcadia Avenue about 8 p.m. June 28 when he was struck, police said.
The car that hit him was in the center lane of Grant Road.
The intersection was lit and there was a marked crosswalk, police said.
An investigation is ongoing.
This was the seventh pedestrian fatality of the year, police said.
Collision with truck kills bicyclist, 19
A 19-year-old bicyclist died Wednesday evening after he collided with a tractor-trailer at an intersection near the University of Arizona, police said.
The crash occurred at 5:32 p.m. at East Broadway and Campbell Avenue, said Sgt. Chris Widmer, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.
Albert Rich was riding his bicycle in the westbound bike lane on Broadway when he was struck by the truck's passenger door, Widmer said in a news release.
The truck was heading westbound on Broadway and was making a right turn onto Campbell when it struck the bicycle.
Rich was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival.
Boy, 3, nearly drowns in apartment pool
A 3-year-old boy nearly drowned Thursday evening in an apartment swimming pool, Tucson fire officials said.
The child was pulled from the bottom of the pool at a complex in the 1700 block of West Prince Road, police said. Someone at the scene administered CPR, a news release said. Paramedics took the boy to a hospital.
No information about his condition was available Thursday night.