19-Year-Old Woman Hospitalized after Big-Rig Collision near Clovis Avenue
FRESNO, CA (November 22, 2022) – Saturday, Ceara Eldride was injured and Keith Miller was involved in a semi-truck crash on State Route 180.
Officers responded to the scene just after 5:00 a.m., just east of Clovis Avenue.
Per reports, the driver of a Hyundai Elantra rear-ended a Peterbilt semi-truck after failing to stop on time. Upon impact, Eldridge was ejected from her vehicle onto the road.
First responders located the Hyundai driver, 19-year-old Ceara Eldride, suffering from significant injuries. Paramedics transported her to a nearby hospital for further treatment.
Meanwhile, the big-rig driver, identified as 62-year-old Miller, of Fresno remained at the scene and cooperated with the investigation.
Emergency crews closed off the surrounding area for a brief time during cleanup and preliminary duties.
Following preliminary duties, California Highway Patrol ruled out intoxication as a potential factor in the incident. Fresno Officials will provide more information once available.
Because of their sheer size, large vehicles, like semi-trucks and trailers, increase the risk of a crash. 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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