UPDATE: I-19 southbound near Nogales back open after crash - Tucson News Now

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UPDATE: I-19 southbound near Nogales back open after crash

Vehicle involved in crash on southbound I-19 near Nogales (Source: Nogales Police Department) Vehicle involved in crash on southbound I-19 near Nogales (Source: Nogales Police Department)
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Vehicle involved in crash on southbound I-19 near Nogales (Source: Nogales Police Department) Vehicle involved in crash on southbound I-19 near Nogales (Source: Nogales Police Department)
NOGALES, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Interstate 19 near the Country Club Road exit is back open, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. 

An earlier crash left several injured and the road closed for several hours. 

According to Sgt. Robert Fierros, spokesman for the Nogales Police Department several people were critically injured and are being flown out of the area by helicopter.  

One helicopter has taken victims away and a second is on standby.  The area could be closed for two to three hours, according to NPD.  

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