BULLHEAD CITY, AZ - Four people, including two teens, were killed following a collision Monday south of Bullhead City, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Around 7 p.m. along State Route 95, a passenger car traveling northbound above the post speed limit drifted into the southbound traffic lane and collided with an SUV.
Both the passenger, Jessica Qualkenbush, 14, from Fort Mohave, and the driver, Sean Anthony Ward, 17, from Moore, Oklahoma, of the passenger vehicle were deceased at the scene.
The driver of the SUV, James Scott Burford, 51, from Mohave Valley, was flown to Sunrise Medical Center but later died, said DPS.
The passenger, William Burford, 53, was pronounced deceased after arriving at the hospital.
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