One eastbound lane has reopened on I-10 near Eloy - Tucson News Now

One eastbound lane has reopened on I-10 near Eloy

ELOY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

After a 25 minute delay, one lane of eastbound travel has reopened after a semi crash earlier this morning, according to ADOT.

Only the left lane is open, states ADOT, the right lane remains closed and drivers can expect some minor delays.

For more information about highway closures and restrictions go online to www.az511.gov.

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