Driver receives minor injuries after Tangerine Road rollover - Tucson News Now

Driver receives minor injuries after Tangerine Road rollover

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Vehicle involved in rollover accident (Source: Adam Goldberg, NWFD) Vehicle involved in rollover accident (Source: Adam Goldberg, NWFD)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A single passenger received minor injuries after an early morning rollover accident on Tangerine Road.

According to Northwest Fire officials the accident occurred just after 7:26 a.m., when the female driver lost control of her vehicle and rolled.  The accident closed travel on Tangerine Road just east of I-10.

The female driver was wearing her seatbelt, according to NWFD and sustained only minor injuries.  She was transported to UAMC for treatment after being extracted from the car.

Marana Police were on scene to investigate the accident.

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