2 Airlifted in Rollover Crash on 40 Freeway at Ford Cady Road [NEWBERRY SPRINGS, CA]

2 Airlifted in Rollover Crash on 40 Freeway at Ford Cady Road [NEWBERRY SPRINGS, CA]

2 Airlifted in Rollover Crash on 40 Freeway at Ford Cady Road [NEWBERRY SPRINGS, CA]

2 Hospitalized after Semi Truck Overturns near Ford Cady Road

 
NEWBERRY SPRINGS, CA (May 18, 2019) – Two people were airlifted Saturday morning, following a rollover crash on 40 Freeway.
 
Authorities received dispatch calls about the accident around 4:43 p.m. First responders arrived on the eastbound lanes of the freeway near Ford Cady Road shortly after.
 
According to reports, a semi-truck carrying 50 gallon drums of salt had overturned on the center divider for unknown reasons. Two occupants, a driver and a passenger, were badly injured due to the impact.
 
The driver was found outside of the vehicle upon officers arrival. The passenger was
found trapped, and sustained a possible broken back as a result.
 
Both patients were airlifted to a nearby hospital in critical condition. Their current condition is unknown at this time.
 
It is also currently unknown if speed or intoxication has played a role in the crash.
 
One problem that plagues truck drivers routinely is drowsy driving. Accidentally falling asleep at the wheel can lead to a serious truck accident. Stay focused on the road but keep your eyes moving. Periodically shift your eyes to the side-view mirrors, the rear-view mirror, and ahead of the road. Doing this, you can spot a potentially dangerous situation before it happens.


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