Crash halts traffic along I-80 near Dixon

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The Latest on the I-80 big rig crash near Dixon (Feb. 28):

1 p.m.

DIXON, Calif. (KTXL) — According to CHP Solano, the crash happened around 10:30 a.m.

Authorities are now calling the crash “moderate.”

A witness at the scene told CHP a silver Honda sedan traveling westbound on I-80 collided with an Amazon big rig, causing the big rig to go through the center guard rail into the eastbound lanes.

The Amazon big rig collided with a Subaru Forester, tearing it into three pieces. It then struck another big rig.

The Subaru driver received moderate injuries. The two big rig drivers received minor injuries.

I-80 westbound is now open. Eastbound I-80 has one lane open.

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A crash involving two big rigs and at least one other car has stopped traffic in both directions along Interstate 80 near Pedrick Road in Solano County.

Photos posted to the CHP – Solano Facebook page show evidence of a violent crash, with a car in several pieces scattered around the scene.

CHP Solano

It was not immediately clear how many vehicles were involved, how many people were injured or what led to the crash.

CHP Golden Gate described the crash as a “major injury collision.”

Drivers in the area should expect significant delays. Westbound lanes were reopened shortly after noon, and only one eastbound lane was open.

This is a developing story.

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