Possible Injuries in Three-Car Crash on Highway 4 near Hillcrest Avenue Off-ramp [Antioch, CA]

Possible Injuries in Three-Car Crash on Highway 4 near Hillcrest Avenue Off-ramp [Antioch, CA]

Possible Injuries in Three-Car Crash on Highway 4 near Hillcrest Avenue Off-ramp [Antioch, CA]

Multi-Vehicle Accident Reported in Antioch

 
ANTIOCH, CA (November 21, 2018) – A three-vehicle collision was reported around 8:49 a.m. on eastbound Highway 4 on Saturday, November 17.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol report, when officers arrived on Highway 4, just east of Hillcrest Avenue off-ramp, they found three vehicles involved in the collision described as a white sedan, a silver Honda Accord, and a silver fiat.
 
One of the occupants in the white sedan appeared to be injured, the report said. Another party in another vehicle was also reported to have passed out and sustained injuries. Paramedics responded to give treatments to possible injuries.
 
Tow services responded to clear the area. The roadway reopened at about 8:49 a.m.
 
The incident is still under investigation by the authorities.
 
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