A family member of the people involved in the collision in Peoria Saturday night said everyone is out of the hospital and home. A Peoria Police spokesperson confirmed this Thursday afternoon.
The family of a 12-year-old boy who died after a traffic collision Saturday has been notified but his name is not being released, Peoria Police stated.
No charges have been filed but the case is still being investigated and will be submitted to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office for final review and charging.
"We appreciate your continued support," the family member stated via a Facebook message.
Further, Coyote Hills Elementary School, 21180 N. 87th Ave. in Peoria, is accepting gift card donations to be distributed to the family involved in the crash, according to a Peoria Unified School District spokesperson.
The collision on Nov. 26 involved a pickup truck driven by Amber Sloan of Phoenix and a minivan carrying seven people, including five children.
A preliminary investigation showed Sloan possibly failed to yield at a stop sign while driving north on 87th Avenue at Deer Valley Road. Her vehicle collided with the van, with one child being ejected.
All of the van's occupants went to the hospital with serious to life-threatening injuries.