At Least One Person Injured in Traffic Accident on Interstate 880 Near 98th Avenue in Oakland

At Least One Person Injured in Traffic Accident on Interstate 880 Near 98th Avenue in Oakland

ON March 27, 2018

Multi-vehicle collision resulted in injuries on the 880 Freeway south of 98th Ave in Oakland

According to a California Highway Patrol police report, on Monday, March 19th 2018, at about 3:27 p.m. at least one person was injured as result of a traffic collision involving several vehicles on Interstate 880, just south of 98th Avenue in the city of Oakland.

Furthermore, authorities mentioned that a white Chevy Suburban, a Nissan Cube, a black pick-up truck, a blue Honda and a grey Honda were traveling southbound when the accident occurred.  The collision caused major front-end damage to one of the Hondas involved and moderate damage to the Nissan Cube, as stated by CHP.

In addition, it is unclear how many people were injured, however at least one person was transported to a near by hospital by paramedics.  Authorities have not yet released any information on the injured party at this time.

Currently, this incident is undergoing review by officials as they work to determine the exact cause and liable party of the collision.  Further details will be available at a later time once the investigation has concluded.

We of the May Firm extend our deepest condolences to the victims affected by this unfortunate traffic accident.  Our hearts sink upon hearing news of this accident and will keep the victims in our hearts and prayers.

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