7 Injured in 5-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 880 near Brokaw Road

San Jose Accident Causes Minor Injuries

San Jose, CA (April 18, 2019) – A multi-vehicle accident in San Jose has injured seven people. The crash happened on the morning of April 18 on Interstate 880.

The fiery crash involved five vehicles and temporarily blocked all southbound lanes for a couple hours. It happened when a Toyota Prius was trying to change lanes. It rear-ended a Toyota RAV4. The Prius then spun out of control, hit an inmate transport bus and caught fire. The RAV4 hit two other vehicles.

Five inmates on the transport bus suffered minor injuries and were taken to a local hospital. Two sheriff’s deputies also suffered minor injuries, but they did not go to the hospital.

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