Six injured in rollover on I-10 near Tucson

A 19-year-old man was in critical conditon after he was ejected from an SUV Sunday morning on Tucson’s northwest side. The man was among six occupants in the vehicle, which rolled on Interstate 10 at Ina Road shortly after 7 a.m., said Capt. Adam Goldberg of Northwest Fire District. He was transported to University of Arizona Medical Center-University Campus by ambulance. The other five also were transported to the same hospital — one with serious injuries and four with minor injuries, Goldberg said. The SUV was traveling east on I-10 when the driver lost control and the vehicle rolled several times, said Goldberg. Two of the injured were trapped in the SUV and firefighters used the “jaws of life” to remove the roof and doors of the vehicle to free them. All six occupants are from one family, Goldberg said. They were traveling from Tempe to Tucson when the crash occurred. The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating the crash. No other information was immediately available.