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I-10 closed east of Willcox

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WILLCOX, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Interstate 10 is closed in southeastern Arizona because of dusty conditions in New Mexico.

According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, eastbound lanes are closed at US 191 east of Willcox. Westbound traffic is being detoured in Lordsburg, NM.

Traffic in both directions may take a 105-mile detour through Safford and Duncan by using US 191 and US 70.

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