Injuries Caused by Big-Rig Collision on San Mateo Hayward Bridge

SAN MATEO, CA (July 29, 2022) – Early Monday morning, a semi-truck crash on San Mateo Hayward Bridge resulted in injuries.

The collision happened on July 11th, around 6:20 a.m., on the Hayward Bridge in San Mateo.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the accident involved a big-rig and at least one other vehicle. The crash blocked the westbound lanes of the bridge for hours, before being fully reopened at around 10:15 a.m.

At this time, it is unknown how many vehicles were involved or how many people were injured. However, more information will be provided about the semi-truck crash on Hayward Bridge once available.

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 safely and legally manner, you can help avoid causing or increasing the risk of accidents that may have devastating consequences for you and others.

Always check behind your vehicle before backing. Do not depend on mirrors alone and always back at slow speed. By driving safely and legally manner, you can help avoid causing or increasing the risk of accidents that may have devastating consequences for you and others.


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