4 Mexican residents still hospitalized after I-10 accident - Tucson News Now

4 Mexican residents still hospitalized after I-10 accident

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Four Mexican residents remain in the hospital, following a tour bus crash north of Tucson Tuesday.

The crash happened Tuesday on Interstate 10 near Casa Grande.

The Department of Public Safety says the driver of a pickup truck was going the wrong way down the freeway when it crashed with the bus head on.

The pickup truck driver was killed. Nine people on the bus were injured.

Officials with the Mexican consulate say the four still hospitalized are all from the same family and are from Sinaloa.

The accident caused westbound lanes of I-10 to be shut down for hours. 

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