Recycling truck spill shuts down WB Ajo from Benson to Kino - Tucson News Now

Recycling truck spill shuts down WB Ajo from Benson to Kino

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(Source: Maria Mendivil/"See it, Snap it, Send it") (Source: Maria Mendivil/"See it, Snap it, Send it")
(Source: Maria Mendivil/"See it, Snap it, Send it") (Source: Maria Mendivil/"See it, Snap it, Send it")
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Ajo is shut down completely for all traffic heading westbound from Benson to Kino after an accident caused a metal recycling truck to spill debris all over the road.

Officials warn motorists to be cautious through the area.

We have a crew headed to the scene. Stay with Tucson News Now for updates.

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