PHOENIX — The Department of Public Safety responded to a crash allegedly caused by a wrong-way driver near the I-17/I-10 split early Sunday morning.
According to DPS, they received reports of a vehicle traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes on I-17 near milepost 155 near US-60 around 3 a.m.
DPS says as troopers were responding to intercept the wrong-way driver, a crash occurred. DPS says the crash did involve the wrong-way driver but at this time it is unknown how many vehicles were involved in the crash or if anyone was injured.
All eastbound traffic on I-10 was being diverted to I-17 prior to the split , but ADOT confirmed all lanes have reopened.
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REOPENING UPDATE: All lanes are open. #phxtraffic https://t.co/ITN7wB2tNq— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) November 10, 2019