The seven people killed in the Interstate 10 collision on July 29 have been identified
Friday, August 3, 2012 -
Earlier today, the Maricopa County Medical Examiners Office identified the seven people killed in the crash that occurred along Interstate 10 on July 29. The crash occurred near the Burnt Wells rest area at milepost 87 when a westbound semi-tractor trailer crossed through the median and struck a passenger van that was traveling eastbound. The seven people riding in the van were killed.
The names and ages of those seven people are:
Lanna Flood, 51
Tara Ferris, 32
Tylor Joe Harper, 16
Tori Sanchez, 13
Jullian Flores, 12
Damion Cuadras, 11
Dominic Cuadras, 10
Lanna Flood, Tara Ferris, Tylor Harper, Jullian Flores, Damion Cuadras and Dominic Cuadras are member of the Colorado River Indian Tribe. We are deeply saddened by their communities’ and families’ loss.
DPS would like to thank the Colorado River Indian Tribe and the Colorado River Indian River Tribal Police for their help with providing critical details about the deceased so that their identities could be verified. DPS would also like to thank the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is a state-level law enforcement agency whose mission is to protect human life and property by enforcing state laws, deterring criminal activity and providing vital support to the State of Arizona and its citizens.