Three people were pulled from the wreckage after a crash between three semi trucks in Arizona on Sunday night. 

The accident happened on March 27th at around 10 p.m. on Interstate 40, about 20 miles west of Flagstaff. 

According to Fox 10 Phoenix, three people had to be extricated from the crashed rigs. One person was airlifted to a nearby hospital and two others were transported by ground. The cause of the wreck has not been released, but photos show one truck tipped onto its side and two other semi trucks with extensive front damage. 

One lane of I-40 was shut down for several hours as crews worked to clear the wreckage. The names and conditions of the drivers pulled from the wreck have not been released. 

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