Hackberry Lane Four-Vehicle Collision Resulted in Injuries

CARMICHAEL, CA (April 10, 2023) – Thursday morning, at least four people were hurt in a multi-vehicle crash on Madison Avenue. The collision occurred around 8:05 a.m. at the intersection of Madison Avenue and Hackberry Lane. According to reports, at least four vehicles were involved in the scene, and one of the vehicles caught on fire. Emergency crews arrived at the scene and treated at least four patients. Two of them sustained critical injuries, while the other two suffered minor injuries. Paramedics transported three of the patients to a local hospital for further treatment. Following the crash, crews closed down the surrounding the accident for cleanup and preliminary duties. The California Highway Patrol North Sacramento continues to investigate the circumstances surrounding the Madison Avenue multi-vehicle crash. The local authorities are encouraging those with additional information about the incident to contact them as soon as possible. Driving can be very dangerous and almost anything can happen if you are not prepared. Always check behind your vehicle before backing. Do not depend on mirrors alone and always back at slow speed. By driving in a safe and legal manner, you can help avoid causing or increasing the risk of accidents which may have devastating consequences for you and for others.
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