3 hurt in Scottsdale collision involving pedi-cab
Web Producer: Taylor Higgins
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Authorities say a driver is suspected of being impaired after a collision in Scottsdale involving a pedi-cab and a car that seriously injured two Kansas tourists.
Scottsdale police say 27-year-old Joseph Paul Spano was arrested on suspicion of DUI, endangerment and aggravated assault. Police didn't immediately know Friday if Spano he had a lawyer yet.
Police say Cody A. Clark and Michael D. Tysver were riding in the pedi-cab and remain hospitalized with head and spine injuries. Friends say both 21-year-old men from Great Bend, Kan., were in Arizona for Thursday night's Fiesta Bowl involving Kansas State.
The pedi-cab's driver was treated and released from the hospital. He told police he was transporting the Kansas men to their hotel when the accident occurred about 3 a.m. Friday.
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