BUCKEYE, AZ - Authorities say a wrong-way driver was injured at the scene of a collision on Interstate 10 in Buckeye.
The crash happened around 10 a.m. on eastbound Interstate 10 near Miller Road.
Air15 video showed a gray sedan with front-end damage on the road and a damaged pickup truck off the road.
Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Bart Graves said a wrong-way driver was injured, but the extent of injuries is unknown.
The condition of the other driver is unclear. One of the patients was seen being airlifted from the scene.
Traffic was re-routed for several hours for the investigation and to clear the scene.
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