BUCKEYE, AZ - It was several hours before a portion of Interstate 10 in the west Valley was completely re-opened after an earlier accident.
There were only minor injuries after a semi truck rolled over near Johnson Road in Buckeye.
The semi was filled with carpet, tile and wood flooring and had to be unloaded before it was set upright, according to the Department of Public Safety.
One eastbound lane remained closed as crews emptied the truck and waited for tow trucks to pull it back over onto its wheels.
Around 9:45 a.m. the Arizona Department of Transportation said the right lane had reopened.
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