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4 Injured in Rollover Crash on Interstate 5 Near Lurline Avenue

Car Loses Control, Goes Off Road in Williams Accident

Williams, CA (March 29, 2020) – Four people were injured in a solo-vehicle crash in Williams. The accident occurred on the afternoon of March 29 on Interstate 5.

A vehicle was traveling on northbound Interstate 5, near Lurline Avenue. It was speeding when the driver lost control and veered across the solid yellow line. The driver then over-corrected, rotated and skidded. It went off the road and overturned several times. 

Two passengers were ejected from the vehicle. All four occupants suffered major injuries. Two were airlifted to a local hospital. 



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