News: 2 killed, 1 arrested after 4-vehilce crash on US-60 in Mesa

MESA, AZ – Two people were killed and one man was taken into custody following a suspected DUI crash in Mesa early Saturday morning.

According to a report by 12 News, the crash occurred at about 1:20 a.m. along US-60, near the County Club Drive exit.

Investigators believe 27-year-old Bryan Badillo, of Queen Creek, was intoxicated when his Honda collided with a Chevrolet Impala. The Chevrolet then broke down in the middle HOV lane and was struck by an oncoming motorcyclist.

The motorcyclist, 48-year-old Brian Sanders, sustained fatal injuries when he was thrown from his bike.

Moments later, a Nissan passenger van attempted to veer around the wreckage and ended up crashing into the concrete median. The driver of the van, 60-year-old Ricardo Montana, was also killed in the crash.

Badillo was arrested at the scene and is facing two counts of manslaughter.

If you have been injured or if you lost a loved one due to the recklessness of an intoxicated driver on Arizona roads, you may be entitled to significant compensation under the law. Contact the Arizona car accident attorneys with Merchant Law Group at (480) 581-8801 to set up a free consultation today.