PHOENIX - Eastbound and westbound lanes of Interstate 10 at 32nd Street in Phoenix were reopened Tuesday night after a big rig overturned into a median wall, leaving two people injured.
Arizona Department of Public Safety officials say the crash occurred before 4 p.m. Tuesday and just as the afternoon rush hour was gearing up.
DPS says the 18-wheeler struck a pole and rolled over the center wall.
Two people had to be cut out of the big rig's section and have been taken to a Phoenix hospital. They are reported to be in serious condition, but expected to survive.
The names and ages of the two injured haven't been released.
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