TOLLESON, AZ - A pedestrian has died after being struck by two vehicles in Tolleson.
Joaquin Enriquez with MCSO said, around 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday two drivers were headed eastbound on Buckeye Road when they reported striking something in the roadway.
Enriquez said both drivers did stop at the scene, and they noticed it was an adult male and called for help.
Buckeye Road has reopened after being closed for nearly five hours on Tuesday morning.
There are no other details at this time.
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