WB I-10 blocked near Marana exit, woman injured in accident - Tucson News Now

WB I-10 blocked near Marana exit, woman injured in accident

Accident scene westbound I-10 near Marana exit. Accident scene westbound I-10 near Marana exit.
NW Fire crews on scene of I-10 accident. NW Fire crews on scene of I-10 accident.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A woman was sent to the hospital after an accident near the Marana exit on westbound Interstate 10, according to law enforcement officials.

A portion of westbound I-10 is still blocked near the scene, after the woman's vehicle crashed into a ditch, around 9 a.m. 

Crews from the Arizona Department of Public Safety and Northwest Fire District are on the scene.

According to NW Fire officials, the 30-year-old woman was driving westbound on I-10 when one of her tires blew out.  She lost control of the vehicle and ended up in a grassy ditch between the highway and the frontage road.

The woman was transported to the University of Arizona Medical Center for treatment.

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