Traffic Collision Involving Jackknifed Big Rig near Calvine Road Prompted Road Closures
ELK GROVE, CA (August 4, 2023) – Early Thursday morning, a big rig crash on Bradshaw Road sent one person to a hospital.
The collision occurred around 3:30 a.m. on Calvine and Bradshaw Road, just near Bradshaw Christian and Sheldon high schools.
According to the news report, the crash involved a big rig and an SUV. However, the circumstances that led up to the incident are unknown.
Medical responders transported the SUV driver to a hospital for treatment of serious injuries. It remains unclear if the driver of the jackknifed big rig sustained any injuries.
In the end, Elk Grove officials closed the intersection of Bradshaw Road and Calvine Road and diverted the traffic around the area. Lanes have since reopened.
No further details regarding the big rig crash have been released to the public. Those with additional information are encouraged to contact local authorities as soon as possible.
Because of their sheer size, large vehicles, like semi-trucks and trailers, increase the risk of a crash. So, If you’re driving one, always be mindful of your vehicle’s large height and weight. Maintain your travel lane and follow the speed limit. Also, adjust accordingly to give way for lane changes and other vehicles.
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