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3 Injured in Two Big Rigs Crash on Interstate 10 [Indio, CA]

3 Injured in Two Big Rigs Crash on Interstate 10 [Indio, CA]

CHP Investigate a Crash on Interstate 10 near Cactus City in Indio

 
Indio, CA (December 12, 2020) – Saturday morning, three people sustained injuries when two big rigs crashed on Interstate 10 near Cactus City.
 
The Indio crash happened just before 8 a.m. on December 12.
 
The California Highway Patrol said the crash involved two big rigs with three people injured. The two big rigs overturned after the crash, and one person was trapped in the wreckage.
 
In effect, two people suffered minor injuries while a third person who was trapped sustained moderate injuries.
 
The person with moderate injuries was flown to a hospital in an air ambulance.
 
Moreover, the cause of the crash is still unknown at this time. However, CHP revealed that it might have been a road rage incident and that the trucks were driving recklessly before overturning.
 
Police further investigate this Interstate 10 crash.

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