Big Rig Crash
One person was killed in a three-car collision Friday evening in an unincorporated area near Brentwood, according to the California Highway Patrol.
According to the CHP, the bicyclist failed to stop at a stop sign before proceeding directly into the path of an oncoming Kenworth tractor.
A Union Pacific Railroad train collided with a tractor-trailer carrying gasoline in Contra Costa County on Saturday night.
Two lanes reopened on southbound U.S. Highway 101 in Santa Rosa after an accident involving an overturned big-rig Saturday morning.
One person was injured in a five-car collision involving a jack-knifed big rig Friday afternoon on state Highway 116 south of Petaluma.
An accident involving two big rigs on Interstate Highway 880 in San Leandro caused a chemical spill and an injury Saturday morning
All lanes of state Highway 17 in Santa Clara County reopened Thursday evening, nearly 10 hours after a fatal crash Thursday morning involving a big-rig, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Distracted driving caused a crash that has shut down part of Byron Highway in east Contra Costa County and spilled gallons of ice cream into a field off of the roadway Thursday morning.
A westbound Capitol Corridor train struck a big rig two miles north of the Richmond station Friday afternoon.
The California Highway Patrol reported a fatal crash early Monday morning on westbound I-80 at the Tennessee Street off-ramp in Vallejo.