SCOTTSDALE, AZ — One man has died and another was arrested after two sports cars were reportedly driving at high speeds in Scottsdale on Saturday night, leading to a crash.
Multiple witnesses reported seeing two sports cars speeding southbound on Scottsdale Road around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, according to Scottsdale police. Speeds were estimated around 120 mph in a 45 mph speed limit zone, according to court paperwork.
One of the vehicles reportedly then lost control and hit a "structural support pillar" at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, near Scottsdale Road and Hummingbird Lane.
The driver of the car that crashed, who was identified by police as 21-year-old Nicholas Meath, died at the scene, officials said.
Police arrested the other driver, 27-year-old Cameron Groom, who remained at the scene.
Authorities arrested Groom on manslaughter and endangerment charges.
Police say the investigation is ongoing.