28-year-old female dies following Scottsdale auto-accident

A view of the Dec. 9 accident along Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. (photo by Scottsdale Police Department)

A 28-year-old female motorcycle rider has died after colliding with a vehicle along Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard, around noon on Dec. 9, Scottsdale police officials say.

At 12:09 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, Scottsdale police officers responded to a serious car and motorcycling collision on Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard, just north of Raintree Drive.

A white SUV was exiting a parking lot on the west side of Frank Lloyd Wright, when it drove across the roadway in an attempt to enter a parking lot on the east side of Frank Lloyd Wright, according to police.

A motorcycling traveling northbound on Frank Lloyd Wright struck the SUV as it cross the roadway, police stated.

The female motorcycling rider, 28-year-old Dustina Steel, was transported to an area hospital by Scottsdale Fire Department and pronounced deceased shortly after.

The female rider was wearing a helmet at the time of the collision, police stated.

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