Eastbound Interstate 10 has reopened Thursday morning after a wrong-way crash shut it down for hours.
Arizona Department of Transportation said shortly before 9 a.m. that all three lanes had reopened and much of the traffic backup had worked itself out. Click here to view current traffic conditions.
The wrong-way crash happened just before 3 a.m., according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety. A vehicle was traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes and crashed into a semi-truck near Picacho Peak.
DPS said the wrong-way driver was unresponsive at the scene and flown to the hospital with critical, life-threatening injuries. DPS said the driver may have been impaired, but the investigation is on-going.
The driver in the semi-truck was not injured.