Rollover crash on I-10 sends 4 to the hospital - Tucson News Now

Rollover crash on I-10 sends 4 to the hospital

(Source: Northwest Fire District) (Source: Northwest Fire District)
Truck involved in I-10 crash. (Source: Northwest Fire District) Truck involved in I-10 crash. (Source: Northwest Fire District)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Traffic was delayed on I-10 Tuesday night after a rollover crash temporarily restricted travel in both directions between Orange Grove and Sunset, according to Northwest Fire District officials. 

NWFD got a 911 call around 8 p.m. reporting a vehicle traveling westbound had rolled and come to a rest in the median. 

Several other 911 calls reported the vehicle had caught fire, and four people were at the scene. All of them had been able to get out of the vehicle before emergency crews got there. 

Two adults with minor injuries and two children with serious, but non life-threatening injuries were taken to the hospital.

No word yet on what caused the crash.

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