TUCSON, Ariz. — Police say a woman has died of her injuries in a motorcycle accident in Tucson.

Tucson police say 59-year-old Juanita Garcia was a passenger on the motorcycle that collided with a truck on South Nogales Highway around 7 p.m. Sunday.

Police say Garcia and a man who was driving the motorcycle both were found injured and lying in the roadway when officers arrived on the scene.

Both were transported to a hospital where Garcia was later pronounced dead.

The man suffered serious injuries, but his name hasn’t been released.

Police say neither adult on the motorcycle was wearing a helmet.

They say neither speed, drugs or alcohol impairment appear to be a factor in the fatal accident at this time.

Police say no citation was issued to the truck driver.

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