Truck Hauling Corn Vs. Big Rig Crash on County Roads 19 and 87
Yolo County, CA (October 9, 2020) – Friday morning, two people sustained minor injuries after a truck hauling corn vs. big rig crash at the intersection of County Roads 19 and 87.
The crash was reported at around 6:15 a.m on October 9.
The circumstances leading to this crash is still unclear, but the big rig driver said he thought the truck was turning when he pulled out in front of them.
The two occupants inside the pickup are reported to have minor injuries and are expected to be OK.
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