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Soulsbyville, CA -- There is a solo rollover crash on Highway 108 and Soulsbyville Road in Tuolumne County. The CHP reports a Toyota Camry rolled over several times.
Debris is blocking the roadway and part of the highway has been shut down. Motorists will want to use caution in the area. There is no word on injuries.
We will bring you more information when it becomes available.
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Update 9:40am: The CHP reports the westbound lanes of Highway 108 are closed.
Update 10am: The CHP has changed the location of the accident. They say it is now on Highway 108 and the Twain Harte Grade in Tuolumne County which is about a half mile east of Soulsbyville Road. The CHP says a Toyota Camry in the eastbound lane rolled over several times. There are reports that the car went off the eastbound roadway of Highway 108 and flew on to the westbound lanes crashing and rolling over several times and finally landing on its roof. The CHP says debris is blocking that westbound stretch of roadway. However, traffic is moving as only one lane is shut down and officers are directing traffic.
Update 10:15am: The CHP reports the roadway is opened once again.
Written by Tracey Petersen
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