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Accident Closes Lanes on Highway 101

Overturned Truck Spills Oil, Flings Debris


The regional California Highway Patrol office reported that a tractor trailer overturned in the southbound lanes of Highway 101 just north of the Milpas exit this afternoon, spilling oil in two of the lanes. As of 4:35 p.m., two lanes were affected, and a motorist reported heavy traffic. Some cars in the northbound lanes were struck by debris from the crash, said dispatchers, and minor injuries were reported.

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