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3 Injured in Crash on Highway 35


2 Vehicles Collide in Redwood City Accident

Redwood City, CA (April 5, 2020) – Three people were injured in a crash in Redwood City. The accident occurred on the afternoon of April 5 on Highway 35.

A Caltrans truck and a Jeep collided in the 12970 block of Highway 35. The cause of the crash is unknown. One person was trapped inside their vehicle and had to be removed. 

One person in the Caltrans truck and two people in the Jeep were injured in the crash. One person was hospitalized.

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