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Karli Richardson, Kelsey Richardson, and Keaton Tyler Allison killed in wrong-way crash on Interstate 17 near Greenway Road in Phoenix, Arizona

Modified Date: 
Wed, 06/13/2018 - 7:05am
Accident Date: 
Friday, April 14, 2017

Wrong-way driver hits, kills sisters on I-17 in Phoenix

The wrong-way driver, a 22-year-old man, had gone for 5 or 6 miles from the Happy Valley/Pinnacle Peak area before slamming into a white passenger car.

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The wrong-way driver was a 22-year-old man driving a car with Colorado license plates and the women were ages 19 and 20, apparently sisters and in a car with North Carolina plates, said spokesman Raul Garcia of the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

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Karli Richardson planned to graduate from Grand Canyon University this spring and Kelsey Richardson was visiting her sister, KNXV reported.

Mooresville sisters killed in wrong-way crash on I-17 in Phoenix

 The wrong-way driver has been identified as 22-year-old Keaton Tyler Allison, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety. 

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Dutch Bros. Arizona hosted a fundraiser for the families of the Richardsons and Allison. The company said Allison was an employee and one of the sisters was a regular. That fundraiser brought in more than $30,000.     

Records: Wrong-way driver who killed 2 sisters, self had been speeding without headlights

Records released Friday by the Arizona Department of Public Safety show Keaton Allison, 21, narrowly missed striking another vehicle prior to the crash that would end three lives, including his own.   

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Allison had a blood-alcohol content of 0.25 percent, more than three times the legal limit, according to blood-testing results from the Maricopa County Office of the Medical Examiner.   

He was drunk but the bar kept serving, so two sisters died. Now the bar will pay

The case illustrates the balancing act restaurants must play in profiting from liquor sales while being held legally responsible for how much their customers drink.   

Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Karli Richardson
Kelsey Richardson
Keaton Tyler Allison


When a toxicology report is withheld from the public after horrific wrong-way driver crash like the one that killed Karli and Kelsey May Richardson on I-17 in Phoenix, it means only one thing: Keaton Tyler Allison was either drunk or drug-impaired and Arizona doesn't want anymore publicity about its fatal crashes

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