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Multiple Children Hurt After 4-Car Accident in Sacramento County

September 13, 2022 Dev Jain
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The Sacramento Metro Fire District reported a four-car accident on August 25 on Jackson Road in Sacramento County, just west of Excelsior Road. According to authorities present, one of the vehicles involved in the accident was a tractor-trailer. Metro Fire responded at around 5:45 p.m. near Camellia Memorial.

The Sacramento Metro Fire District tweeted that there were multiple injuries as a result of the vehicle accident. They reported that there were no major injuries, fortunately.

They also reported that there were six individuals who were transported to the local hospital, five of who were children. Others involved in the accident refused to be transported to the hospital or treated by medical services.

The California Highway Patrol is still investigating the car crash, as the cause of the multi-car collision is still a mystery.

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