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Four killed in I-10 crash between Marana, Picacho Peak roads

8:31 p.m. update: Westbound I-10 has reopened following the deadly crash.

There will still be significant delays as traffic begins moving.

Alternate routes are still advised to take at this time.

LIVE: Four people have died in the crash on Interstate 10 between Marana and Pinal Airpark roads. Denelle Confair shares the latest. http://bit.ly/2EEp4IPRoads are expected to be clear at around 6:15 p.m.

Posted by News 4 Tucson – KVOA on Friday, 21 December 2018

TUCSON – A multi-vehicle crash has caused some delays on Interstate 10 northwest of Tucson, Friday afternoon.

Authorities say two semi trucks, a motorhome and other vehicles were said to be involved in the incident.

Officials say there are four confirmed fatalities in the crash. Four other people received minor injuries in the incident. One person was transported to a hospital for their injuries.

According to officials, the collision has shut down the eastbound lanes of the I-10 at Picacho Peak Road and westbound lanes near Pinal Airpark Road.

COPTER CAM: Aerial footage of the multi-vehicle crash that has shutdown I-10 near Picacho Peak Road. http://bit.ly/2EEp4IP

Posted by News 4 Tucson – KVOA on Friday, December 21, 2018

Details are limited at this time.

Drivers are advised to travel on State Routes 77 and 79 to avoid the incident.

Noel Sederstrom

Noel Sederstrom

Noel Sederstrom joined the KTTC-TV staff as News Director in February, 2008. He's a native Minnesotan, having grown up on a farm near Litchfield, and also spending a lot of time on Lake Vermilion near Tower-Soudan, where his grandfather Gust Saari worked in the Soudan Underground Mine. After studying journalism at the University of Minnesota-Minneapolis, Noel worked as a reporter, anchor, producer and Executive Producer at television stations in Duluth, Little Rock, Buffalo, Louisville and Kalamazoo, Michigan. Noel was the News Director at WWMT-TV in Kalamazoo for seven of his 18 years at the CBS affiliate before returning to Minnesota. He and his wife Cindy have two grown children and make their home in Rochester. Email Noel at nsederstrom@kttc.com
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