State Highway 17 in the Santa Cruz Mountains is closed Tuesday morning in both directions because of a downed tree and downed power lines, California Highway Patrol officials said.
25-year-old Daniel McGuire was killed in the crash on July 10, when a big rig driver lost control of his vehicle while traveling northbound on Highway 17 near Lexington Reservoir.
At least a dozen cars are involved in three separate traffic collisions on northbound Highway 17 in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
The tree was reported blocking both southbound lanes of the highway just south of Redwood Estates in the Lexington Hills area at 1:53 p.m., the CHP said.
All lanes reopened on state Highway 17 in Los Gatos Sunday morning after a solo crash blocked a lane and left one person with reported injuries.
The Santa Cruz man killed in an 11-vehicle accident involving a big-rig that injured seven people Thursday on state Highway 17 south of Los Gatos was 25-year-old Daniel McGuire.
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.
A fatal accident involving ten cars and a big rig shut down all lanes of North Highway 17 between Summit and Bear Creek roads and one southbound lane Thursday morning.
One person was killed when a car went off of southbound state Highway 17 and rolled down a hill near Los Gatos Tuesday afternoon, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
The California Highway Patrol was investigating a collision on state Highway 17 in Santa Cruz early Saturday morning that left one person dead.