PHOENIX - Police have identified a woman who died in a collision in Phoenix Wednesday morning.
The crash happened just before 6 a.m. at 7th Street and Northern Avenue.
According to Phoenix police Officer James Holmes, a vehicle driven by a female was heading eastbound on Northern Avenue when it ran a red light at 7th Street.
The vehicle was hit by a pickup truck traveling southbound on 7th Street. The man driving the truck was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.
Holmes said 30-year-old Tina Samora died at the scene. An adult male and two children inside the car were also taken to the hospital. The 31-year-old male suffered non life-threatening injuries. The children were restrained in their car seats and treated for minor injuries.
Holmes said there were no signs of impairment and no charges are pending.
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