Three crashes on westbound I-10 between Avra Valley and Tangerin - Tucson News Now

Three crashes on westbound I-10 between Avra Valley and Tangerine Road

Crash on I-10 westbound (Source: Northwest Fire District) Crash on I-10 westbound (Source: Northwest Fire District)
Crash on I-10 westbound (Source: Northwest Fire District) Crash on I-10 westbound (Source: Northwest Fire District)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

There have been three separate crashes between Avra Valley Road and Tangerine Road on Wednesday, according to Northwest Fire District officials.  

All are single vehicle crashes. Those involved in two of the crashes have refused medical evaluation, according to NWFD.  At the third crash one patient is being transported by NWFD paramedics to a hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. 

Westbound I-10 has one lane closed, and eastbound I-10 remains open. Drivers are advised to use caution when driving through the area. 

Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating the three crashes.  

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