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Injuries Sustained in Multi-Vehicle Accident on Capitol City Freeway [Sacramento, CA]

Injuries Sustained in Multi-Vehicle Accident on Capitol City Freeway [Sacramento, CA]

Injuries Reported Multi-Car Collision near Highway 50

 
SACRAMENTO, CA (March 23, 2020) – Saturday afternoon on March 21, a multi-vehicle accident on Capitol City Freeway led to injuries.
 
California Highway Patrol first received reports of the accident around 2:43 p.m., near Highway 50. Dispatchers arrived on the eastbound lanes, shortly after.
 
According to reports, four vehicles were involved in the collision. However, the circumstances leading up are still unclear at this time.
 
Moreover, authorities later revealed that the crash led to multiple injuries. However, the identities of those involved have not been given.
 
In addition, four lanes of the Capitol City Freeway were closed off for a brief time during cleanup and preliminary duties. However, the roadway has since reopened to traffic.
 
At this time, the investigation remains ongoing. Once available, more information will be released.
 
Whenever you are behind the wheel of a vehicle, you must follow all traffic laws. Additionally, the only way to prevent such incidents is to drive safely and defensively. By doing so, you are ensuring your safety, as well as others.


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