Flipped car on Tyler's Troup Hwy slowing traffic south of loop - Tucson News Now

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Flipped car on Tyler's Troup Hwy slowing traffic south of loop

A bus stop was demolished in the wreck. (source: KLTV news source) A bus stop was demolished in the wreck. (source: KLTV news source)
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

 Traffic is down to two southbound lanes on Troup Hwy. south of Loop 323.

A witness said there is a flipped vehicle in the far right lane headed south on Troup. This is just north of Crown Kia. Traffic has slowed and police are responding to the scene. Expect delays if you cannot avoid the area.

No word on injuries at this time.

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