Twin Peaks closed west of Silverbell because of overturned truck - Tucson News Now

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Twin Peaks closed west of Silverbell because of overturned truck

(Source: Marana Police Department) (Source: Marana Police Department)
MARANA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

An overturned truck has forced the closure of Twin Peaks west of Silverbell Road, according to police in Marana.

Sgt. Chris Warren of the Marana Police Department said traffic is being diverted onto northbound Silverbell.

No injuries were reported.

The Northwest Fire District said the road could remain closed for hours.

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