Crash closes SB-17 at Sunset Point - Tucson News Now

Crash closes SB-17 at Sunset Point

PHOENIX, AZ -

Southbound lanes of Interstate 17 have reopened at Cordes Junction and Sunset Point Rest Area, following a fatal rollover crash at milepost 249 Saturday afternoon, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Northbound I-17 was unaffected and remained open during the incident. 


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