Update: Crash Impacting Travel On Highway 108/120
Update at 10:55 a.m.: Tow crews have removed the debris and wreckage scattered over both lanes of Highway 108/120 near Knights Ferry after a two-vehicle crash. The CHP reports that a Jaguar sedan traveling at a high rate of speed smashed into a Ford pickup hauling a 30-foot travel trailer, causing it to flip on its side and blocking both lanes. The collision happened just before 9 a.m. where the highway goes from four lanes to two near the Tuolumne County line. Officers directed traffic as it was backed up in both directions for about an hour. The roadway is now clear and traffic is moving freely.
Update at 10:15 a.m.: The CHP reports tow crews are bogged down in traffic trying to get to the scene of a sedan versus pickup hauling a trailer crash on Highway 108/120 near Knights Ferry. Officers are directing traffic, which is backed up in both directions as the wreck site is just after where the highway goes from four lanes to two near the Tuolumne County line. While an ambulance was called to the scene there is still no word on injuries.
Original post at 9:45 a.m.: Keystone, CA — A crash on Highway 108/120 just east of the Tuolumne County Line, between Knights Ferry and Keystone area has stalled traffic.
The CHP reports that a Jaguar sedan traveling at a high rate of speed smashed into a Ford pickup hauling a 30-foot travel trailer. It has flipped on its side but the debris from the collision is spread over both the west and eastbound lanes of the highway where it narrows from four to two lanes. Officers are directing traffic in both directions, causing traffic to get backed up. Motorists should expect plenty of activity in the area.
An ambulance has been called to the scene, but there is no word on injuries at this time. An update will be provided when additional information comes into the newsroom.