“63-Year-Old Fermin Ruiz Gutierrez Dies in Phoenix Three-Car Crash, Allegedly Caused by Impaired Driver”

By | August 13, 2023



A fatal three-car crash occurred in Phoenix early Saturday morning, allegedly caused by an impaired driver. The 63-year-old victim, Fermin Ruiz Gutierrez, was stopped at a red light when another vehicle crashed into his, then continued through the intersection and hit a third vehicle. Gutierrez was pronounced dead at the hospital. The driver, 28-year-old Alejandro Carrillo, was taken into custody and faces charges of manslaughter, endangerment, and DUI. The third driver remained at the scene. An investigation is ongoing. KTAR.com reported

A fatal car accident occurred in Phoenix early Saturday morning, resulting in the death of one person. The crash, allegedly caused by a driver under the influence, involved three vehicles. It was reported that 63-year-old Fermin Ruiz Gutierrez was stopped at a red light at the intersection of 51st Avenue and Buckeye Road when his vehicle was struck by another car. The impact caused the second vehicle to continue through the intersection and collide with a third vehicle facing the opposite direction at the same traffic light. Gutierrez was rushed to the hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. The driver responsible for the collision, identified as 28-year-old Alejandro Carrillo, was arrested and charged with manslaughter, endangerment, and driving under the influence. The third driver involved in the incident remained at the scene. The police are currently conducting an investigation into the accident..