PHOENIX - Interstate 10 has reopened after officials say a woman was killed in a multi-vehicle collision Friday.
The Department of Public Safety says the crash involving three vehicles occurred around 2:50 a.m. on the westbound I-10 at 43rd Avenue.
DPS Officer Carrick Cook said a 24-year-old female driver was apparently speeding and lost control of her vehicle and crashed into the median wall. A truck clipped her car and a third car t-boned the woman's vehicle.
The woman died at the scene.
Cook said no one else suffered serious injuries in the crash.
DPS has not ruled out impairment or a medical condition as contributing factors in the collision.
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