At Least One Injured in Big Rig-Truck Collision at Interstate 10
Banning, CA (August 20, 2020) – On Thursday, a big rig collided with a truck in Banning, injuring at least one person and causing a traffic jam.
The California Highway Patrol said the crash happened about 7:14 a.m. and it blocked four eastbound lanes, just west of Eight Street.
Authorities said the semi-truck crashed and spilled around 100 to 150 gallons of diesel across the road. As a result, a hazardous materials cleanup crew came to clean the crash site.
Moreover, police said at least one person was injured, additional details are yet to be disclosed.
Banning Police Department said that the eastbound on-ramp at Eight Street is closed.
Although, three lanes reopened by 9:30 a.m traffic is still slow due to the cleaning crew working at the scene.
What Can You Do if You Were Affected by the Crash on Interstate 10
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