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Valencia eastbound reopened after earlier crash

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Valencia Road eastbound, between Alvernon and Swan has reopened, according to Pima County Sheriff's Department Deputy Cody Gress. 

Two vehicles were involved in a rollover crash on Wednesday.  

Both drivers were transported to the hospital, their conditions are not known at this time according to PCSD. 

The Traffic unit is investigating. 

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