TUCSON (AP) — A 15-year-old girl who was driving a car that crashed in Tucson over the weekend has died, authorities said Tuesday.
The Tucson Police Department did not identify the girl who died after the Saturday night wreck. They say the girl did not have a driver's license and was speeding when the sedan she was driving near the Tucson International Airport when the car rear-ended another sedan.
The girl's car went through a guardrail and ended up on the opposite side of Nogales Highway.
The teen was taken to a hospital with critical injuries and police they learned Monday that she had died.
Two passengers in her car and the driver of the second vehicle were also injured and taken to hospitals for treatment.