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MANTECA - A traffic collision involving several vehicles closed at least three lanes of Highway 99 near the 120 interchange Thursday morning.

The crash was reported at about 9:31am and involved at least one big rig according to the California Highway Patrol. Emergency crews responded and closed off the left three lanes of the highway, diverting traffic away from scattered debris and spilled fuel.

All occupants appeared to be out of their vehicles, and minor injuries were reported. The involved big rig and a pickup truck suffered major damage, breaking axles and wheels off of both vehicles. One big rig was carrying 80,000lbs of cargo.

Lane closures were expected to be in place for an extended period of time for cleanup.

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Friday, 08 December 2017 08:09

Head-On Vehicle Collision in Oakdale

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OAKDALE - A head-on crash involving two pickup trucks congested traffic Friday morning.

The crash was reported near North Yosemite and Valley Home Rd shortly after 7:00am. The crash involved two pickup trucks, one a Toyota and the other a Chevrolet. At least one occupant was pinned in one of the vehicles requiring extrication by firefighters.

An Oak Valley Ambulance was seen leaving the area with lights and siren. Injuries and patient condition, as well as the circumstances surrounding the crash were not available at time of publication.

Southbound lanes of the roadway were closed with traffic being diverted into a shopping center while crews worked to investigate and clear the scene.

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017 10:15

Woman Crossing Street Killed by DUI Driver

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STOCKTON - Police arrested a 29 year old man following a fatal DUI crash investigation Monday night.

The crash was reported at 9:28pm near the intersection of El Dorado and Martinique Court. Police say the driver failed to see the woman who was crossing the street and struck her with his vehicle. Medics responded and pronounced her deceased at the scene.

Traffic officers responded to investigate the collision.

Authorities say the driver, identified as 29 year old Kenneth Grubb was evaluated and found to be driving under the influence. He was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on DUI charges and held on $110,000 bail.

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Sunday, 12 November 2017 08:47

Fatal Crash in Modesto

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MODESTO - Police say a man in his 20’s died in an early morning crash Sunday.

The crash happened at about 7:00am on Standiford Avenue just east of Tully Road. Sergeant Kalani Souza with the Modesto Police Department said that a single vehicle was involved in the collision and appeared to cross from eastbound into westbound lanes before crashing into a pole.

Police arrived to find medical personnel providing aid to the driver. He was transported to a hospital where he died from his injuries. 

Standiford Avenue was closed while traffic officers investigated the crash. Sergeant Souza indicated speed was being considered as a factor in the crash, but it was too early to tell if drugs or alcohol played a role.

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Saturday, 23 September 2017 20:16

Fatal Crash Reported in Modesto

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MODESTO - Authorities report at least one person was killed in a collision involving two vehicles Saturday afternoon.

The crash was reported at about 6:08pm near the intersection of Kiernan Avenue and Pentecost Drive. According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision involved a motorcycle and an SUV.

By 7:44pm, the collision had been classified as fatal. Authorities say the motorcycle crashed head on into the SUV. There were no further details released at time of publication.

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Tuesday, 20 June 2017 13:23

Crash Claims Three Lives in San Joaquin County

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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY - Three people were killed in a fiery crash early Tuesday morning when their vehicle hit a tree.

The crash happened at about 1:45am near the intersection of Copperopolis and Jack Tone Roads east of Stockton. According to the California Highway Patrol, a 2002 Honda Accord crashed into a tree east of the intersection, killing the male driver, as well as the male and female passengers.

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Authorities say the Honda was traveling north at a high rate of speed when the driver lost control and left the roadway. The Honda collided with a tree, breaking the vehicle apart and engulfing it in fire.

Authorities are working to determine wether alcohol or drugs were a factor in the crash. The occupants of the vehicle were not identified.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Stockton CHP office at (209) 938-4800.

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Sunday, 21 May 2017 18:25

One Person Airlifted To Hospital After Crash

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MODESTO - A traffic collision near Southwest Modesto injured one person, causing their vehicle to overturn and starting a fire.

The collision happened at about 4:00pm near the intersection of Vivian Road and West Whitmore Avenue. The crash involved two vehicles, causing one to overturn, trapping the occupant.

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An arriving sheriff deputy attempted to extinguish flames erupting from one vehicle as fire crews arrived. They were able to extinguish the fire and remove the trapped occupant. Early reports indicate at least one or more persons fled the crash scene prior to emergency crews arriving.

An air ambulance was dispatched to the scene to transport one injured person to a hospital.

The crash may have began as an armed robbery, according to the California Highway Patrol, however the investigation was turned over to the sheriff's office.

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