Monday, 26 September 2022

Kit's Corner collision closes roadway

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A Helms truck sustained minor damage in Tuesday's crash at Kit's Corner. Photo by John Jensen.


 

KELSEYVILLE – A collision between a big rig and a car resulted in major injuries for occupants of the car and traffic delays along Highway 29 Tuesday afternoon.


The accident, which took place on Highway 29 at the Highway 281/Kit's Corner intersection, was reported to the California Highway Patrol at 3:41 p.m., according to CHP incident logs.


Eyewitnesses reported seeing a Nissan Sentra pull out from Highway 281/Soda Bay Road in front of a Helms fuel truck.


Witnesses believed as many as five people were inside the Sentra. Three people were trapped inside the car, CHP logs reported.


Two air ambulances were called, transporting two crash victims to Santa Rosa Memorial, eyewitnesses at the scene reported. Incident logs reported one of the people transported was Lacie Espinoza, the Sentra driver.


The roadway was reopened at just after 5 p.m., the CHP reported. At that point, fuel was still being unloaded from the big rig.


No further information on the collision was available from the CHP.


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