Patient Extricated After SUV Flips In Pleasant Hill Crash

PLEASANT HILL (CBS SF) — Rescue crews extricated the occupant of an SUV that flipped in a crash in Pleasant Hill Thursday afternoon, a county fire marshal said.

The two-vehicle crash was reported at 12:07 p.m. near the intersection of Taylor Boulevard and Norse Drive, Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Fire Marshal Robert Marshall said.

An SUV rolled over in the crash and an occupant had to be extricated. That person suffered major injuries, Marshall said.

Another person in the other vehicle was also injured, though not as seriously, Marshall said. Fire crews remain in the area Thursday afternoon.

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One Comment

  1. Richard says:

    The positive is that if this person actually lives and is not maimed, maybe they can make a movie about this incident and makes lots of money. Maybe call is it Pleasant Hill Pansy Flip.

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