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1 Injured in Crash on Highway 24 Near Acalanes Road


Fire Engine, Honda Sedan Collide in Lafayette Accident

Lafayette, CA (April 6, 2020) – One person was injured in a crash in Lafayette. The accident occurred on the evening of April 6 on Highway 24.

 A Honda Accord crashed into a Contra Costa County Fire Protection District fire engine on Highway 24, near Acalanes Road.

One person from the sedan was unconscious and taken to a local hospital for treatment. The accident caused a fuel spill. All westbound lanes of Highway 24 were closed as crews cleaned up the scene.

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