SAN JOSE, CA – One Seriously Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 near Highway 85

FSAN JOSE, CA - One Seriously Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 near Highway 85

SAN JOSE, CA – One Seriously Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 near Highway 85

Afternoon Multi-Vehicle Wreck on Highway 101 in San Jose, Major Injuries Sustained

 
SAN JOSE, CA (February 12, 2019) – At least one person was seriously injured following a multi-vehicle collision Tuesday afternoon in San Jose.
 
The collision happened around 3:55 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 101 and Highway 85.
 
According to the CHP, at least 6 vehicles were involved. While the cause of the crash has not yet been determined, the impact caused major injuries to at least one of the parties.
 
A silver Toyota and a white Dodge Ram reportedly sustained major front-end damage, while a Toyota RAV4 had moderate rear-end damage.
 
An ambulance unit was dispatched to the scene and took the seriously injured patient to a hospital in an unknown condition.
 
Towing services were also requested to remove the damaged vehicles from the crash site.
 
Three lanes of northbound Highway 101 were blocked for an unknown duration and a traffic alert was issued in the area.
 
The incident is still on active investigation while the authorities are putting the pieces together.
 
The impact of traffic accidents involving multiple vehicles can be harmful. It can pose high risks of damages and major injuries. To avoid this, always give your full attention to the road when you are behind the wheel. Avoid road distractions and follow designated speeds.


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