TONOPAH, Ariz. (AP) — The Latest on a wreck on eastbound Interstate 10 west of Phoenix (all times local):

10 a.m.

Authorities have begun reopening eastbound I-10 where it was closed at Tonopah in western Maricopa County after a tractor-trailer rig loaded with food products overturned, injuring the driver.

The Arizona Department of Transportation says one of two eastbound lanes was reopened around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday and said there's no immediate estimate on when the other lane will reopen.

A heavy duty tow truck went to the site and was used to pull the overturned big rig toward the side of the highway.


8:15 a.m.

Eastbound Interstate 10 is closed in western Maricopa County because of a wreck, and the state Department of Public Safety says the closure will last a while because crews need to upright an overturned tractor-trailer rig loaded with food products.

Trooper Kameron Lee says a heavy duty tow truck was dispatched to help remove the big rig that overturned Wednesday morning near Tonopah, injuring the driver.

The state Department of Transportation says eastbound traffic on I-10 is being diverted onto 411th Avenue to Salome Highway and then east to Wintersburg Road and north to I-10.

ADOT says drivers may consider delaying travel or using an alternate route during the closure.

Lee says the driver's injures don't appear life-threatening.

Tonopah is about 52 miles (84 kilometers) west of Phoenix.