Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Nov 17, 2020 in Local
TUCSON, AZ - Officials with the Arizona Department of Transportation were forced to close several lanes of I-10 following a reported semi-truck fire Saturday evening.
According to KOLD, the incident was reported within the eastbound lanes of I-10 at milepost 293, near Empirita Road.
The Department of Public Safety later verified that the vehicle involved in the crash and the ensuing blaze was a semi. However, no information on the circumstances of the crash or whether any injuries were sustained has been made available.
All eastbound lanes in this portion of I-10 were closed for several hours following the incident. They have since been reopened.
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