Wrong-Way Crash on Highway 101 Sends Two People To Hospital
SAN JOSE, CA (October 25, 2021) – At least two people were hospitalized after a wrong-way crash on Highway 101 near Tully Road, last Sunday.
California Highway Patrol responded at the scene just after midnight along Highway 101 northbound right near Tully Road. Officers received reports about a wrong-way crash involving a white pickup truck.
As a result of the crash, the pickup truck ended up crashing into the right hand shoulder. Luckily, the driver got out before the truck burst into flames.
Subsequently, another vehicle crashed right near the center divide, possibly trying to avoid that first crash.
Emergency crews arrived and took two people to a local hospital with unspecified injuries.
At this time, authorities have not yet released the identities of all parties involved. However, an active investigation remains ongoing.
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