One injured in early morning rollover accident - Tucson News Now

One injured in early morning rollover accident

Rollover accident (Source: Captain Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District) Rollover accident (Source: Captain Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District)
Rollover accident (Source: Captain Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District) Rollover accident (Source: Captain Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District)
Rollover accident (Source: Captain Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District) Rollover accident (Source: Captain Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

One person was critically injured in a rollover accident on I-10 near milepost 235.

According to Northwest Fire officials a 40-year-old female was ejected from the vehicle.  She was transported by air to the University of Arizona Medical Center for treatment.   

It is not known if she was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident, according to Capt. Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District.

Westbound traffic was slowed by the accident. 

Stay with Tucson News Now for updates on this situation as they come in.

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