Mesa man arrested for serious US 60 crash

Posted at 12:46 PM, Apr 14, 2016
and last updated 2016-04-14 15:46:41-04

An arrest has been made in the collision that shut down US 60 near Stapley Drive last Saturday.

Court records show that a Mesa man was going over 100 MPH when he allegedly caused a three vehicle collision, injuring four people, two of them seriously.

Around 1:40 am on April 9, DPS says 33-year-old Adam John Trevino was driving his 2014 Cadillac sedan on US 60 near Stapley Drive.

A witness said Trevino was going over 100 MPH when he hit the back of a Hyundai sedan. The Hyundai ended up disabled and facing the wrong way on the highway. The Hyundai was hit again, head on by a Ford Ranger truck that could not avoid the collision.

Four people were injured in the wreck. In the Hyundai was the female driver who suffered a skull fracture, but is expected to survive. A male passenger who had internal inquires, causing his spleen to besurgically removed and he may not survive.

The two men in the Ranger had minor injures and were treated and released by paramedics.

Trevino was taken to the hospital where DPS says a blood draw showed his BAC level as .253

Trevino is facing multiple counts of endangerment and aggravated assault.