PHOENIX - Officials have reopened northbound State Route 51 at Thunderbird after multiple crashes Thursday morning.
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, backup from the crash has cleared.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety said there were two separate collisions at 5:30 a.m. The first crash was a two-vehicle injury collision, the second was a three-vehicle injury collision.
According to DPS, the injuries do not appear to be life threatening.
Southbound SR 51 was unaffected by the crash.
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