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North Highlands Area Fun Activities

If you were questioned about the first thought that comes to mind when asked about having a family fun day in California, what comes to your mind? Could it be exploring Disneyland in Los Angeles, or seeing the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco? These are just a few of the many iconic hallmarks of California, and they are sure to brighten anyone’s day. However, California is not just about movies and glamour. There is endless natural beauty to witness, fascinating history to learn, and fantastic food to try – especially if you enjoy tacos! Below I have a list of fun things to do near North Highlands, CA.

Multiple-Vehicle Crash in North Highlands

A multiple-vehicle crash in North Highlands on September 10 along Madison Avenue caused an injury to one person. The accident happened around 6:00 p.m. along Madison just west of Hillsdale Boulevard, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP). The crash involved four vehicles, including two Toyota Camrys and a truck, and blocked the number one lane along westbound Madison. Emergency responders with the Sacramento Fire Department were called to the scene when it was reported that one party was unconscious in their vehicle. The hospital that person was taken to was not reported. The CHP is investigating the crash to determine how it occurred.

North Highlands Head-on Collision

A head-on collision occurred on September 6 in North Highlands. According to authorities, the accident, which involved a black SUV and a white sedan, happened around 6:30 in the morning along Hillsdale Boulevard near Madison Avenue. In the collision, the SUV was in the wrong lane when it crashed with the sedan. Minor injuries were reported in the accident by the CHP. 

Elderly Woman Injured in North Highlands Intersection Collision

A two-vehicle intersection collision that occurred on July 11 at Elkhorn Boulevard and Cantel Way left an elderly female lying on the ground and injured. The accident occurred at about 6:50 in the morning between Watt Avenue and Thomas Drive. The vehicles involved in the North Highlands intersection crash were described as a black minivan and a gray sedan. One of the vehicles ended up on the center divide. Authorities have not detailed the nature of the woman’s injuries at this time, although they were not life-threatening. The cause of the two-vehicle intersection collision is still under investigation. There is no word whether alcohol or drugs were involved.

North Highlands Hit and Run Accident

A hit and run accident with injuries occurred at the Madison Avenue and Hillsdale Boulevard intersection in North Highlands at 9:50 in the morning on July 11. A gray Nissan SUV was left blocking the right-hand lane of the intersection. The fleeing driver fled the scene in a Lamborghini Diablo SV. He was apprehended at 10:16 am. After a search of the Lamborghini concluded, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that there were needles found in the vehicle. However, there is no word as to whether drugs were involved in the crash. The Lamborghini sustained damage to its rear and front end. Authorities speculated that the Lamborghini was probably in another traffic accident involving property damage at the Interstate 80 offramp for Andrea Boulevard and Greenback Lane. Authorities did not report on the nature of the injuries.

Two Vehicle Collision in North Highlands

A two-vehicle collision at Ernestine Way and Gilman Way in North Highlands on March 25 resulted in injury. According to a report issued by the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the car accident involved a Chevy Monte Carlo and Nissan Versa. It happened shortly after 11:00 in the morning. No details are available on why the two-vehicle collision happened. However, all the parties involved were transported to a local hospital with injuries. Tow trucks removed the vehicles from the area. The CHP is investigating the cause of the crash in order to assign fault.

North Highlands Intersection Crash

A March 11, North Highlands intersection crash occurred in the evening hours and involved two separate collisions in the same spot. The first accident happened shortly before 9:00 p.m. at Elkhorn Boulevard and Watt Avenue and involved a minivan, a Mitsubishi Eclipse, and a Honda sedan. Injuries were reported by a caller to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), and an ambulance was sent to the accident scene. At least one of the cars was blocking the roadway.

North Highlands Underride Accident on Watt and Myrtle Avenues

A North Highlands underride accident happened on February 24th at Watt and Myrtle avenues that resulted in injuries. The accident occurred at around 4:00 in the afternoon when two vehicles were making a left turn onto Myrtle. According to the report by the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the Toyota slid underneath the Ford van while in the process of making a turn. The Toyota sustained major front end damage and became partially lodged underneath the van. An ambulance was called, although the extent of the injuries was not reported.

North Highlands Truck Accident

A North Highlands truck accident happened on February 19 when a big rig and compact car collided at Walerga Road and Larchmont Drive. The collision occurred at around 4:14 in the afternoon between a Chevy Express truck and a Ford Focus, according to the report by the California Highway Patrol (CHP). One of the vehicles was blocking Larchmont Drive and impeding through traffic. Emergency responders with the Sacramento Fire Department arrived on the scene to assess reported injuries. A tow truck was called to take away at least one of the vehicles. It has not been reported whether alcohol or drugs played a part in the North Highlands truck accident.

North Highlands Drunk Driving Accident

A North Highlands drunk driving accident may have been the cause of an early morning collision on November 27 at a local intersection that involved two other vehicles. It was reported that the driver’s vehicle, a Dodge Charger, may have been stolen and either drunk or drugged driving was suspected as a cause of the collision. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), one individual was trapped inside their vehicle, which was reported as being on fire. Firetrucks and an ambulance were quick to arrive at the scene of the crash where injuries were reported.