Update: Two-Vehicle Crash On Highway 108 in Tuolumne County Slows Traffic
Update at 9:50 a.m.: The CHP reports that the wreckage has been removed after a two-vehicle crash on Highway 108 near the Golf Links Road intersection in Jamestown. Officers were directing traffic for about two hours as one vehicle partially blocked the roadway and another went sailing down a 50 to a 100-foot embankment and into a creek. The CHP reports no injuries and the crash remains under investigation.
Update at 9:25 a.m.: The CHP reports that officers are still directing traffic along Highway 108 near the Golf Links Road intersection in Jamestown after two vehicles collided. One of the vehicles went over an embankment and sailed down about 50 to a 100-feet into a creek. The CHP relays a tow crew is heading to the scene to remove the wreckage from the roadway but there is no ETA at this time. Also, there is no word on possible injuries.
Original post at 8:45 a.m.: Jamestown, CA — A two-vehicle crash on Highway 108 sends one vehicle down a steep ravine in the Jamestown area of Tuolumne County.
The CHP is reporting that the two sedans and SUV collided near the Golf Links Road intersection with one of the vehicles sailing down a 50 to a 100-foot embankment and into a creek. A section of the roadway is blocked and officers are directing traffic and the CHP is asking motorists to try to avoid the area as traffic is slow going. The CHP has not reported any details on possible injuries at this time. An update will be provided as soon as new information comes into the newsroom.