SELIGMAN, AZ - Two people were killed on a crash on Interstate 40 in northern Arizona Tuesday.
Bart Graves with the Arizona Department of Public Safety said a van pulling a trailer was involved in the wreck before 2 p.m. on westbound I-40 at milepost 101, west of Seligman.
Graves said three people were in the van.
DPS believes the van rolled and one person was reportedly ejected during the crash.
Graves said two people died.
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