Truck Accident near Highway 46 Off-Ramp Resulted in Injuries
PASO ROBLES, CA (August 22, 2022) – Tuesday morning, a semi-truck crash on Highway 101 left at least two people injured.
The collision occurred on August 16th, at around 4:24 a.m. near Highway 46.
According to California Highway Patrol, a sedan collided with a semi-truck that was carrying a load of oranges. The collision caused the truck to erupt into flames and spill 48 bins of oranges along the freeway. The incident also caused a chain reaction and two other vehicles crashed, in addition to the semi-truck.
Emergency services were dispatched to the scene shortly after. After preliminary duties, medics transported two drivers from the incident to a hospital for minor injuries. Meanwhile, HAZMAT was also dispatched to the scene to clean up the fuel that had leaked from the semi-truck.
At this time, Paso Robles Officials continue to investigate the Santa Maria River Bridge semi-truck crash.
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