Separate crashes closed Gates Pass and intersection of Speedway, - Tucson News Now

Separate crashes closed Gates Pass and intersection of Speedway, Campbell

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Two separate crashes closed two roads in Tucson on Tuesday night, Oct. 31. 

The first crash happened on Gates Pass Road. According to Pima County Sheriff's Department Deputy Ryan Inglett, an SUV has rolled onto its side with four people inside. The vehicle stayed on the roadway and did not go off road.  

No serious injuries have been reported, though those inside the vehicle reported neck and back pain.  

Gates Pass was closed Tuesday night in both directions while emergency crews worked.

The second crash closed Speedway and Campbell for about one hour, according to the Tucson Police Department. 

Eastbound Speedway was closed, while southbound Campbell was reduced to two lanes at Speedway. 

Speedway and Campbell is back open. No other information was reported for that crash.

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