Overturned truck on frontage road near Tangerine - Tucson News Now

Overturned truck on frontage road near Tangerine

Overturned cement truck (Source: Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District) Overturned cement truck (Source: Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District)
Overturned cement truck (Source: Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District) Overturned cement truck (Source: Adam Goldberg, Northwest Fire District)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Traffic alert - there is an overturned cement truck on the eastbound frontage road, between Tangerine and Avra Valley. 

Drivers are advised to avoid the area if possible, use Twin Peaks Road to enter I-10, if you are heading into Tucson.

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