2 Injured in Crash on Excelsior Road

Alcohol Possible Factor in Sacramento Accident

Any Type of Accident 16

Sacramento, CA (November 30, 2019) – Two people were injured in a rollover crash in Sacramento. The accident occurred on the afternoon of November 30 on Excelsior Road.

A father and son were inside a Nissan truck when it rolled over on Excelsior Road. Both suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Alcohol is a possible factor in the crash. 



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