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Teen dies, man injured when SUV flips

Citizen Staff Writer



A teen was killed and his passenger is recovering from injuries sustained in a one vehicle crash over the weekend, Tucson police said.

Killed was Cody J. Weber, 17, of Tucson. His passenger remained in a hospital, recovering from injuries which are not life-threatening, said Officer Charles Rydzak, a police spokesman said.

Weber had been driving a 1997 Ford Expedition north in the 12000 block of South Wilmot Road, an area where Wilmot is not paved, when he lost control of the SUV about 10:30 a.m. Saturday and it rolled, landing on its roof, Rydzak said.

Weber was found dead at the scene, Rydzak said.

Police did not name the 20-year-old man who was with Weber.

He also is from Tucson, Rydzak said.

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