Five People Hospitalized, Intersection Shut Down After Crash in Roseville

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(Courtesy: Roseville Fire Department)

ROSEVILLE — The intersection of Baseline and Fiddyment roads was closed Monday afternoon after a multi-vehicle crash.

The Roseville Police Department said five people were hospitalized from the seven-vehicle crash.

Roseville Police say Mary Catherine Eddy, 58, was driving a large RV and fled the scene of a minor accident near Cirby Way and Vernon Street. A Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy, who had stopped to investigate the smaller accident, chased her to Baseline and Fiddyment, until the RV hit several other vehicles in the intersection.


Mary Catherine Eddy, 58 (Credit: Rosevile Police Department)

The RV caught fire after the crash, police said.

Three people were said to have minor to moderate injuries. The injuries of the other two people hurt in the accident were unclear.

Eddy was treated for her injuries then arrested by Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department deputies on suspicion of evading an officer and causing serious injuries. She is currently being held at the Placer County Jail.

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