PHOENIX — Authorities in Phoenix say a man who allegedly was driving impaired may face criminal charges after a crash killed a passenger in his pickup truck.

Phoenix police say 47-year-old Lori Ann Alvarado was pronounced dead at a hospital after Tuesday afternoon’s collision.

They say alcohol impairment is suspected on the part of the 47-year-old driver of the truck.

He was taken to a hospital and police say he’s expected to survive his injuries.

The man’s name hasn’t been released yet.

Police say the driver of the other vehicle and a 4-year-old passenger weren’t seriously injured.

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