3 injured in rollover accident on Rancho Vistoso and Innovation - Tucson News Now

3 injured in rollover accident on Rancho Vistoso and Innovation Park Drive

Rollover scene on Rancho Vistoso (Source: Golder Ranch Fire) Rollover scene on Rancho Vistoso (Source: Golder Ranch Fire)
Rollover scene on Rancho Vistoso (Source: Golder Ranch Fire) Rollover scene on Rancho Vistoso (Source: Golder Ranch Fire)
Rollover scene on Rancho Vistoso (Source: Golder Ranch Fire) Rollover scene on Rancho Vistoso (Source: Golder Ranch Fire)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Three are injured in a rollover accident on Tucson's northwest side, according to a release from Golder Ranch Fire.

According to Golder Ranch Fire they received calls around 2 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon of an overturned vehicle at the intersection of Rancho Vistoso and Innovation Park Drive. 

Crews arrived to find a woman still inside an overturned vehicle.  She was extracted and sent to a local hospital for treatment of her injuries.  She was listed as stable. 

There was an additional vehicle involved in the accident, according to Golder Ranch Fire officials, and two more patients were sent to the hospital for treatment.  They are also listed as stable. 

The cause of the accident is not known at this time.

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