California explosive SUV rollover shuts down traffic lanes and injures multiple travelers.
San Francisco, CA(JusticeNewsFlash.com)–An Alameda County three-car automobile accident ended up in flames on Friday afternoon at about 3:50 p.m. The motor vehicle collision (MVC) happened in Oakland, California, leaving at least three adults and one child injured. Mercury News, an affiliate of the Bay Area News Group, reports the traffic wreck occurred near the Kaiser Permanente hospital in the San Francisco Bay Area. The three car crash caused a two-block portion of Broadway to be shut down between Piedmont Avenue and West MacArthur Boulevard.
Oakland area police officials cite a 67 year-old man from Union City, California fell asleep at the wheel of his Kia while traveling southbound in the 3600 block of Broadway. The Kia crashed into a Suzuki SUV traveling northbound on Broadway. The Suzuki SUV rolled over and during the head-on collision. The Kia continued traveling southbound before hitting a northbound-traveling Hyundai, causing the Hyundai to ignite in flames. Fortunately, the driver of the Hyundai was able to exit the fiery motor vehicle on his own. Oakland area police officials and civilians helped rescue the driver of the Kia and the occupants of the Suzuki, which included a man, woman, and a two year-old child. The extent of their injuries was not released and the names of the drivers and passengers injured in the three car wreck are unknown.
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