WICKENBURG, Ariz. - A deadly crash involving multiple vehicles closed US 93 temporarily in both directions Monday morning north of Wickenburg, but the lanes have since been reopened, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said.
According to DPS, the crash happened at 4:30 a.m. on April 11 along the northbound lanes of US 93 at milepost 177. Two people died as a result of the crash, which involved a pickup truck and two commercial vehicles.
SkyFOX video from the scene showed a burned 18-wheeler hauling cars crashed on the side of the road.
The victims who were killed in the pickup truck haven't been named.
"Due to the intensity of the fire in the moments after the collision, we are unable to identify the two deceased individuals in the pickup," DPS spokesman Bart Graves said. "This process may take several days."
All lanes have been reopened.
A crash involving multiple vehicles closed US 93 in both directions on April 11 north of Wickenburg, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said.
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