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Two teens killed in vehicle vs UTV accident (Under investigation)

Written by The Bee

July 27, 2020

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Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies are continuing their investigation into a fatal vehicle collision that occurred on July 25, 2020 in Dolan Springs. At approximately 8:30 PM, dispatch was contacted reference a vehicle collision on Pierce Ferry Rd. Upon arrival, medical personnel were already on scene and had declared two 13 year-old females deceased. Those females have been identified as Jocelyn Escamilla, 13 of Las Vegas, and Evelyn Arias, 13 of Dolan Springs. A third female involved in the collision was flown to a Las Vegas hospital with severe injuries, and is now in critical, but stable condition. The driver of the involved vehicle fled the scene and was later arrested for three felony counts of Leaving
the Scene of a Fatal Accident. The Mohave County Attorney has filed additional charges of Manslaughter (two counts), felony Failure to Report an Accident involving Injury/ Death, and felony Aggravated Assault. This investigation is ongoing.


On Saturday (7/25) at approximately 8:30 pm, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office was contacted reference a vehicle collision located at milepost 5 on Pierce Ferry Road in Dolan Springs, Arizona.  The reporting party advised that the collision involved a white truck and a quad that had three riders on it.

Upon deputies arrival, medical personnel were already on scene of which two 13 year-old females from the quad had been pronounced deceased at the scene.  The third rider, a 19 year-old female, was being readied for air transport to a Las Vegas hospital with life threatening injuries.  

The driver of the truck fled the scene on foot.  The driver, identified as Brock Amelia Hill, 27 of Dolan Springs, was later located and after investigations, was taken into custody and booked into the Mohave County Jail on three counts of leaving the scene of a fatal accident.  All three counts are class 3 felonies.  Whether alcohol and drugs were a contributing factor remains under investigation.

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