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13 May 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

STOCKTON: Big Rig Crash on Highway 4 at Highway 99

Stockton Highway 4 big rig crash 5/13STOCKTON (May 13, 2016)- According to the California Highway Patrol, a major injury collision took place involving a big rig and several other vehicles on eastbound Highway 4 Friday afternoon.

The crash was reported at roughly 2:17 p.m. when a reckless driver of a big rig traveling at high speeds struck multiple vehicles before coming to a complete rest.

Major injuries were confirmed to multiple patients as emergency crew members arrived at the scene to transport all injured victim to local area trauma centers.

Both eastbound lanes became completely blocked off following the collision.

A full update with more details will be provided once the investigation is completed.

The Johnson Attorneys Group has been trusted by thousands of people who have been involved in injury car, motorcycle, and trucking accidents. We understand the difficulties that accident victims face following a vehicle crash.  Our experienced Stockton injury accident lawyers have witnessed first-hand the impact that devastating injuries can have on an individual and their family members. Do not hesitate and call us today for a free consultation for your personal injury case at 800-235-6801. 

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