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3 vehicles involved in Sunday crash on I-40 near Kingman

Eastbound Interstate 40 in Kingman, Arizona, near the Nevada border, has reopened after an injury crash on Sunday, the Arizona Department of Transportation said on Twitter.

The Arizona Transportation Department said it was investigating a fire and crash involving three vehicles on I-40 at mile marker 57. The crash was called in about 1:30 p.m. Sunday.

It was unclear how many people were injured and how serious the injuries were.

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