Tucson police has identified the woman killed in a two-vehicle wreck in midtown Friday night, authorities said.
The crash happened near the intersection of East 29th Street and South Swan Road, said Sgt. Kimberly Bay, a police spokeswoman.
When Tucson Fire Department personnel arrived on scene around 11:30 p.m., they advised the adult female driver died at the scene from her injuries. She was identified as 58-year-old Connie Setrum.
Detectives from the traffic investigations unit determined Setrum was traveling northbound on Swan Road in a 2004 Ford Mustang and attempting to make a left turn on 29th Street.
As she made the turn, an adult male, driving a 2006 Dodge Charger, was heading southbound on Swan Road and collided into the Mustang.
The collision caused Setrum's Mustang to roll onto a sidewalk before striking a pole. The Charger rolled on its hood before stopping south of the intersection.
The male was later taken to Banner-University Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, the department said.
While the investigation is ongoing, speed appears to be a factor in the crash. Detectives are also investigating whether Setrum may have been impaired when the collision occurred.
No citations or arrests have been issued by the department as of Saturday afternoon.