Sacto 9-1-1
October 4, 2013
All lanes open after clean up of big rig crash on I-5 near Twin Cities Road

All lanes are now open on southbound Interstate 5 near Galt where a big rig came to rest after a crash.

The big rig was traveling in the northbound direction on I-5 about 4 a.m. today when it hit one of two cars involved in an earlier non-injury collision. The big rig ended up on its side, blocking a lane of southbound I-5 south of Twin Cities Road.

The other vehicles remained on the northbound side of I-5 and no lanes were blocked on that side of the freeway.

The California Highway Patrol said a lane of southbound I-5 might have to be closed again later today so that the truck could be towed from the median.

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