Rollover on eastbound I-10 near Marana Rd. has traffic - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

Third person injured in I-10 rollover near Marana Rd.

Rollover accident near exit 234 (Source: Northwest Fire District, Capt. Adam Goldberg) Rollover accident near exit 234 (Source: Northwest Fire District, Capt. Adam Goldberg)
Rollover accident near exit 234 (Source: Northwest Fire District, Capt. Adam Goldberg) Rollover accident near exit 234 (Source: Northwest Fire District, Capt. Adam Goldberg)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The rollover accident this morning on eastbound I-10 near Marana Road exit involved one pickup truck that rolled into the median, according to a Northwest Fire District release.

Three men were inside the truck at the time of the rollover, according to NWFD, all three have been transported to UAMC for treatment.  One is listed as critical, one serious and the status of the driver is not known at this time.

DPS officers are on the scene investigating the cause of the accident. 

I-10 remains open in both directions, though traffic may be slow through the accident scene.

Stay with Tucson News Now for updates on this situation as they come in.

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