UPDATE: Woman airlifted to hospital after crash that closed EB I - Tucson News Now

breaking

UPDATE: Woman airlifted to hospital after crash that closed EB I-10

(Source: Arizona Department of Public Safety) (Source: Arizona Department of Public Safety)
(Source: Arizona Department of Transportation) (Source: Arizona Department of Transportation)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Eastbound Interstate 10 has reopened after being closed because of a crash that injured a woman near Marsh Station Road east of Tucson on Friday, Oct. 14.

According to tweets from the Arizona Department of Public Safety and the state Department of Transportation, the crash involved only one vehicle that rolled over. ADOT said the crash happened at milepost 292, just east of Marsh Station Road.

According to DPS public information officer Quentin Mehr, a 52-year-old woman was ejected when she lost control of her truck and it rolled over at just before noon. She was airlifted to a hospital for treatment of her injuries. The extent of her injuries was not immediately available.

The eastbound lanes were closed from 11:58 a.m. until 1:33 p.m.

Westbound lanes remained open.

Copyright 2016 Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Local newsMore>>

  • How to save money at the pump this Memorial Day weekend

    How to save money at the pump this Memorial Day weekend

    Friday, May 25 2018 10:45 AM EDT2018-05-25 14:45:03 GMT
    (Source: Edwards AFB)(Source: Edwards AFB)

    According to AAA, people choosing to drive will pay the most highest Memorial Day gas prices since 2014.

     According to AAA, people choosing to drive will pay the most highest Memorial Day gas prices since 2014. 

  • Fiat Chrysler recalls 4.8 million vehicles due to malfunction

    Fiat Chrysler recalls 4.8 million vehicles due to malfunction

    Friday, May 25 2018 9:22 AM EDT2018-05-25 13:22:48 GMT

    Fiat Chrysler is recalling 4.8 million vehicles due to reports that drivers cannot turn off cruise control. 

    Fiat Chrysler is recalling 4.8 million vehicles due to reports that drivers cannot turn off cruise control. 

  • Candidate claims petition signatures stolen from Tucson office

    Candidate claims petition signatures stolen from Tucson office

    Friday, May 25 2018 1:40 AM EDT2018-05-25 05:40:30 GMT
    Mark Robert Gordon, a potential candidate for Arizona's Secretary of State, claims someone stole some of his petition signatures from the Pima County Democratic Party Headquarters in Tucson. (Source: Tucson News Now)Mark Robert Gordon, a potential candidate for Arizona's Secretary of State, claims someone stole some of his petition signatures from the Pima County Democratic Party Headquarters in Tucson. (Source: Tucson News Now)
    Mark Robert Gordon, a potential candidate challenging incumbent Michele Reagan, claims his campaign experienced a theft from the Pima County Democratic Party Headquarters on East 1st Street. (Source: Tucson News Now)Mark Robert Gordon, a potential candidate challenging incumbent Michele Reagan, claims his campaign experienced a theft from the Pima County Democratic Party Headquarters on East 1st Street. (Source: Tucson News Now)

    Mark Robert Gordon, a potential candidate for Arizona's Secretary of State, claims someone stole some of his petition signatures from the Pima County Democratic Party Headquarters in Tucson.

    Mark Robert Gordon, a potential candidate for Arizona's Secretary of State, claims someone stole some of his petition signatures from the Pima County Democratic Party Headquarters in Tucson.

Powered by Frankly