Two injured in a car crash involving a big rig carrying Sierra Nevada Beer
According to the California Highway Patrol, on Wednesday just before 2 a.m., a car crashed with a big rig on the northbound Highway 99 near Barry Road resulting in 2 injured victims.
Authorities state that a Toyota Camry was traveling north of Highway 99 near Barry Road just before 2 a.m. when it drifted onto the right shoulder and over-corrected into the southbound lane where the big rig was traveling. The truck clipped the Camry and sent it into a tree along the highway, said the report.
The truck overturned on the side of the road and some of the alcoholic beverages shattered and spilled onto the road.
The Camry driver, identified as a Yuba resident, sustained major injuries, and the truck driver suffered minor injuries.
According to the brewery, the truck driver has been released from a local hospital but the condition of the Camry driver has not been confirmed.
CHP is working with the brewery to determine the cause of the accident and further details will be updated as they are available.
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