PHOENIX — The Latest on Phoenix freeway crashes (all times local):
Northbound Interstate 17 has reopened at the Stack interchange with Interstate 10 in Phoenix after being closed for about an hour during Monday morning commute because of several wrecks.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety says initial reports indicate there were three separate wrecks in the same area, including at least two involving multiple vehicles.
There are no immediate reports of serious injuries.
Northbound Interstate 17 is closed at the Stack interchange with Interstate 10 in Phoenix as a result of what the state Department of Public Safety says were three separate collisions in the area during the Monday morning commute.
Trooper Kameron Lee says there are no immediate reports of serious injuries from the wrecks. He says one involves two vehicles and the other two involve multiple vehicles, including at least on tractor-trailer rig.
Lee says tow tracks are being sent to help clear the freeway.
The state Department of Transportation says it doesn’t have an estimate on when northbound I-17 will reopen.
A multivehicle crash during the Monday morning commute has closed northbound Interstate 17 just past ramps at an interchange with Interstate 10 in Phoenix.
The Arizona Department of Transportation says there’s no immediate estimate when northbound I-17 at the Stack interchange will reopen and that drivers are advised to expect delays and avoid the area.
The state Department of Public Safety says details on the crash aren’t immediately available.
A traffic camera shows show multiple vehicles stopped on the freeway at the crash site, including several cars positioned sideways.