Glendale woman killed in car crash near Camp Verde<br>

A Glendale woman was killed and two others were injured in a one-vehicle crash Saturday on Interstate 17.

Anna M. Carusi, 20, was pronounced dead about 8:22 p.m. from injuries she sustained in the crash, the Department of Public Safety reported.

According to authorities, Mark A. Carusi, 19, Glendale, lost control of his 1984 Oldsmobile about six miles north of Camp Verde and struck a guardrail on I-17.

Mark Carusi, was flown to John C. Lincoln Hospital in Phoenix in serious condition, DPS reported. A passenger, Brooke A. Sheenan, 18, Glendale, sustained only minor injuries and was transported to Verde Valley Medical Center.

All passengers were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash, authorities said. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.

Car crash causes gas leak in Camp Verde

An 82-year-old Camp Verde woman was reportedly not injured Monday after losing control of her car and causing damage to a gas meter.

According to Lisa Parkison, Camp Verde Marshals Office spokeswoman, Wilma Wade, lost control of her car about 11:23 a.m. and struck a pine tree and a natural gas meter.

The crash occurred on Ellison Drive.

Fire crews and gas company workers responded to the scene and turned off the meter, which was leaking gas, Parkison said.

Wade was cited for failure to control vehicle speed to avoid an accident.

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