MESA, Ariz. — The Latest on a fiery freeway crash in a Phoenix suburb (all times local):

10:35 a.m.

The eastbound U.S. 60 freeway in Mesa has reopened after being closed for more than five hours because of a fiery crash that began with a dump truck crossing the median barrier.

The freeway reopened late Friday morning after being closed at Loop 101 at the border between Tempe and Mesa shortly before 6 a.m.

Authorities say there were no serious injuries from the crash and fire, which burned or partially the dump truck and two other vehicles.

The DPS says a total of seven vehicles either collided or were struck by debris during the wreck at Alma School Road in Mesa.

7:45 a.m.

A state Department of Public Safety spokesman says “it was definitely a blessing” that nobody was seriously injured in a Phoenix-area freeway wreck in which three vehicles crashed and burned.

DPS Capt. Damon Cecil says a total of seven vehicles either collided or were struck by debris during the wreck on eastbound U.S. 60 at Alma School Road in Mesa.

The wreck started when a westbound dump truck crossed the median and resulted in the closure of the eastbound U.S. 60 at the Loop 101 freeway on the Tempe-Mesa border.

Cecil says none of the people in the vehicles suffered more than bumps and bruises and that investigators are trying to determine what caused the dump truck to cross the median.

The dump truck and two other vehicles burned.

7:30 a.m.

Authorities say there were no serious injuries in a fiery cross-freeway wreck in Mesa during the Friday morning commute.

The wreck on U.S. 60 at Alma School Road in Mesa started when a dump truck crossed the median and collided with several vehicles, resulting in the closure of eastbound lanes at the Loop 101 freeway on the Mesa-Tempe border.

The dump truck and two other vehicles burned and Department of Public Safety Capt. Damon Cecil says a total of seven vehicles were involved in collisions or struck by debris.

Cecil says none of the people in those vehicles suffered more than bumps and bruises and that investigators are trying to determine what caused the dump truck to cross the median.

6:15 a.m.

A fiery crash involving a dump truck and several other vehicles has closed the eastbound U.S. 60 freeway at the Loop 101 freeway on the Tempe-Mesa border during the Friday morning commute.

Video showed the wreckage blocking most of the lanes at Alma School Road in Mesa, though later the fire appeared out and accumulated traffic was being allowed through in the HOV lane.

The Arizona Department of Transportation says eastbound U.S. 60 would remain closed through the morning commute.

ADOT suggested that drivers use alternate routes and says drivers on westbound U.S. 60 shuld expect long delays and lane restrictions.

Details on the wreck were not immediately available.