Major Injury Reported in 90 MPH Crash on Cap City Freeway
A high-speed collision resulting in major injuries along the Capital City Freeway on May 3 caused the closure of three lanes. The activity log of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that the vehicle involved was traveling up to 90 mph when it hit a guardrail, obliterating it along the northbound lanes of the freeway close to Watt Avenue. Shortly afterward, Caltrans tweeted that the fast lane was open, while the other three lanes were shut down as repairs were made. All lanes were reopened by 1:45 p.m.