Female Victim Injured in Auto Collision near Homer Watson Boulevard

HOMER, CA (August 15, 2022) – Friday, one unidentified woman was hospitalized following a rollover collision on Highway 401.

The accident happened on the afternoon of July 28, on the eastbound lanes of the freeway near Homer Watson Boulevard.

According to reports, an SUV driver towing a recreational trailer lost control and collided with a delivery truck for unknown reasons. Investigators say a family of five was inside the SUV at the time.

Responding paramedics rushed a female adult from the SUV to a nearby hospital with unspecified injuries; no other injuries were reported.

The delivery truck driver also escaped the crash unharmed. Furthermore, the collision caused heavy traffic backups and temporarily closed the lanes, leaving only one lane open to the public while officials cleaned up the wreck.

Meanwhile, Homer police continue investigating the rollover collision on Highway 401 and will provide updates as they become available.

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