PHOENIX -- Authorities said two teenage drivers will face charges as adults accused of a street-racing crash in Phoenix that caused the death of a landscaper.
Phoenix police said 61-year-old Octavio Grijalva Herrera died Sunday of injuries suffered in the March 26 crash.
A 17-year-old boy apparently was racing a 16-year-old boy when the younger teen's car allegedly ran a stop sign. That touched off a five-vehicle collision.
Police said an exterminator's pickup truck collided with a car before the truck went into a yard where the landscaper was working.
Police said the 16-year-old fled the scene after the crash while the other teen was detained for questioning.
The teens had been facing charges of aggravated assault and endangerment but now will face more serious charges.
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