First responders were on the scene this Saturday of a single-vehicle accident that landed a car 20 feet down a ravine and on fire.
The accident was reported at 10:40 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol, which said multiple calls came in from witnesses in passing vehicles. The crash closed the westbound Interstate 8 connector to southbound Interstate 5.
According to the CHP, the vehicle was traveling on the connector to southbound Interstate 5, when the silver SUV rolled over and landed in a ravine. The vehicle was on fire with smoke coming from the engine, the CHP said.
An ambulance responded to the major-injury crash but it was not immediately known how many people were injured.
— City News Service