Pregnant Woman Injured in Crash on 80 Freeway Near Floriston Way

2 Vehicles Collide in Truckee Accident

Any Type of Accident 4

Truckee, CA (August 21, 2019) – A pregnant woman was injured in a crash in Truckee. The accident occurred on the evening of August 21 on the 80 Freeway. 

Two vehicles collided on the eastbound 80 Freeway, near Floriston Way. The cause of the crash is unknown. An ambulance tended to a woman who suffered head injuries in the crash. The woman was determined to be 9-10 weeks pregnant.



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