Fiery Traffic Collision near Jackson Road Left Multiple Injuries

SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA (August 31, 2023) – Monday afternoon, a fiery garbage truck crash on Grant Line Road left at least four people hurt. The collision happened around 2:30 p.m. at the 6800 block of Grant Line Road near Jackson Road. According to reports, a garbage truck collided with multiple vehicles before taking down a power pole and power lines. The collision also caused a transformer to explode, spreading fires in nearby vegetation. Authorities also reported a vehicle catching on fire with life ammunition inside, resulting in multiple rounds going off. Eventually, emergency responders arrived at the scene. They transported three patients to a local hospital with unspecified injuries. Another person was released at the scene after further medical evaluation. At this time, the identities of those involved and the circumstances that led up to the collision remain unknown. Sacramento Officials will provide more information about the fiery garbage truck crash on Grant Line Road once it becomes available. One small driving mistake can lead to a multi-vehicle crash. This is why it is important to drive defensively and always abide by all driving laws. Keep your attention on the road, follow the speed limit, and never drive under the influence of altering substances. Moreover, always be prepared and check your vehicle before traveling.
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