Pedestrian hit at intersection of Grant, Stone in Tucson

Since March, nine pedestrians and three cyclists have been hit in a two-mile stretch of Grant Road
A pedestrian was hit at Grant and Stone in Tucson late Friday, Sept. 9.
A pedestrian was hit at Grant and Stone in Tucson late Friday, Sept. 9.(KOLD News 13)
Published: Sep. 9, 2022 at 9:36 PM MST|Updated: Sep. 9, 2022 at 10:22 PM MST
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TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Grant Road is proving to be one of the most dangerous roads in Tucson for pedestrians and cyclists alike.

Since March, nine pedestrians and three cyclists have been hit on the two-mile stretch of Grant Road from Interstate 10 to Euclid.

Number nine came Friday night when a pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries when they were hit by a vehicle at Grant and Stone.

The Tucson Police Department said the intersection will be closed for several hours and drivers should avoid the area.

Since March, the following accidents have been reported for that two-mile stretch of Grant Road.

On March 16, a pedestrian was killed in an accident at Grant and Stone

On April 1, a pedestrian was hit at Grant and I-10

On May 12, two pedestrians were seriously hurt in an accident near Grant and Oracle

On June 6, a motorcyclist suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash at Grant and Stone

On July 1, a pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries in an accident at Grant and Oracle

On July 14, a pedestrian was hit near Grant and I-10

On July 16, a pedestrian was hit and killed by a train near Grant and I-10

On July 24, a pedestrian was hit by a train near Grant and I-10

On July 27, a bicyclist was seriously injured in a crash near Grant and Euclid

On Aug. 7, a bicyclist was killed in a hit-and-run crash near Grant and Oracle