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Man Injured in Crash at Lower Sacramento Road and Mokelumne Street

Driver Crashes Into River in Woodbridge Accident

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Woodbridge, CA (December 25, 2019) – A man was injured in a Woodbridge crash. The accident occurred on the morning of December 25 at Lower Sacramento Road and Mokelumne Street.

A 45-year-old man was driving along Lower Sacramento Road and Mokelumne Street, when his SUV went off the road. The SUV went down an embankment and landed in the Mokelumne River. 

The man was able to exit the SUV and get on top of the vehicle. Firefighters borrowed a boat to rescue the man. The man was injured and taken to a local hospital. It is believed that alcohol was a factor in the crash.



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