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EB I-10, near Eloy, partially reopens after vehicle fire

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Eastbound Interstate 10 has partially re-opened near Eloy following a vehicle fire, Arizona Department of Transportation confirmed.

Witnesses at the scene said it was an RV that burned. The eastbound left lane has reopened at mile post 213 but the right lane is still closed. Westbound lanes remain open.

No injuries were reported.

Flames also spread to surrounding grass and brush. The fire is out but traffic is still slow in the area.

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