Highway 41 Big-Rig Crash Left Several Injured

PASO ROBLES, CA (October 11, 2021) – A big-rig crash on Highway 41 left Mondragon Estrada and several other people injured.

The truck incident occurred at 6:03 a.m. when 27-year-old Estrada drove with a Peterbilt commercial vehicle from the southbound lane to the opposite lane.

Afterwards, the left front of the big-rig struck the left front of a Honda going northbound.

According to the investigators, the Estrada crossed over the double yellow lines for unknown reasons.

As a result, the left front of his vehicle collided with the left front of Honda.

Subsequently, the Honda lost control and collided into a metal guardrail.

Meanwhile, the Peterbilt continued to travel off the east roadway edges and down a steep dirt embankment until it overturned.

Eventually, the paramedics transported Mondragon Estrada of Vacaville and the Honda Driver to Sierra Vista Regional Hospital.

Around 12:53 P.M., Paso Robles officials reopened Highway 41.


One small driving mistake can lead to a car accident. 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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