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1876 - Southern Pacific begins subdividing town of Newhall (original location at Bouquet Junction) [story]


A multiple truck collision in the Newhall Pass was reported Tuesday at 2:20 a.m., trapping a driver and causing the truck route to close until at least noon today, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Reports indicate that the closure of the truck route at the 5 southbound to the Highway 14 connector was a result of two separate accidents. The first involving four vehicles, including a dump truck; the second collision involved five more trucks.

CHP reports that crews are working to free a driver who is trapped in wreckage. Extent of damage and injuries are currently unknown.

 

CHP Log:

7:55 AM    34    [76] PANORAMA TOW COPIES LINE 102 [Shared]

7:55 AM    33    [75] PER A78-502 – HAVE PANORAMA STAGE W/ OTHER 1185 HD”S ON SIERRA BTWN THE OLD ROAD AND FOOTHILL [Shared]

7:53 AM    32    [74] [Notification] [CHP]-INFO – PANORAMA TOW IS ENRT FOR THE FED-EX TRUCK – REQ TO KNOW THE BEST ACCESS [Shared]

7:50 AM    31    [73] PER 78-S3 – 78-S1 TAKING OVER TC [Shared]

7:09 AM    30    [69] A78-502 – ALL STAGED 1185S MOVED TO CT WORK AREA UNDER 14, TFC MOVING BETTER, LARRY”S TOW IS THE FIRST 1185 GOING IN [Shared]

6:56 AM    29    [65] PER C78-145 – WHEN 78-502 GOES 97, HAVE HIM SEND ONLY 1 1185 HD AND ADVS WHICH 1185 IS GOING TO BE GOING 97 [Shared]

6:52 AM    28    [60] PER 78-S3 – NEED 1 STAGED 1185 HD TO GO ON SCENE, REQ 1 CLR A-WATCH SIERRA/FOOTHILL ON SOUTH END TO ASSIST 1185 TO GO 97 [Shared]

6:47 AM    27    [58] PER 78-L2 – 1 PTY, LN VEGA WASN”T GIVEN DL CARD BACK [Shared]

6:46 AM    26    [57] PER 78-145C – READY TO START LETTING HD 1185 IN, ADVS TO USE NB 5 TK ROUTE AND THE DIRT TURNOUT ON LEFT HANDSIDE JUST BEFORE TUNNEL [Shared]

6:35 AM    25    [53] PANARAMA TOW WILL BE RE ROLLING FOR THE FED EX TRK INVLD FOR THIS TC – AS REQ”D BY THE COMPANY [Shared]

5:48 AM    24    [52] FIRE IS WORKING ON EXTRICATING PARTY NOW – 1180 AT THIS TIME [Shared]

5:20 AM    23    [47] 78-L2 HARD CLOSURE IS IN PLACE [Shared]

4:44 AM    22    [45] BIG RIG DRIVER STILL TRAPPED WITH ENGINE ON HIM, HOWARD SOMMERS IS 97 TO ASST WITH MOVING TRK [Shared]

4:43 AM    21    [44] PER 78-S3 MEDIA IS 1097 [Shared]

4:21 AM    20    [37] HOWARD SUMMERS TOW ADVS THEY ARE AT SIERRA HWY / FOOTHILL W/LARRYS TOW BEING ESCORTED NOW [Shared]

4:21 AM    19    [35] [Notification] [CHP]-[61] TMC-WHERE CAN THE MEDIA SET UP NEAR THE SCENE? PER MEDIA [Shared] [Shared]

4:21 AM    18    [34] TMC-WHERE CAN THE MEDIA SET UP NEAR THE SCENE? PER MEDIA [Shared]

4:14 AM    17    [33] [Notification] [CHP]-CT”S ETA FOR HARD CLOSURE IS 45 MINS [Shared]

4:12 AM    16    [32] LARRYS TOW CPZ THNX [Shared]

4:09 AM    15    [27] [Notification] [CHP]-RECALL FM LARRY TOW 97 AT SIERRA/FOOTHILL IS THAT WHERE U WANT THEM TO WAIT OR RESP TO ANOTHER 1020 ON LL [Shared]

4:09 AM    14    [26] C78-502 1039 HOWARD SOMMERS TO ACCESS FRM CALGROVE AND GO TO TUNNEL #1 [Shared]

4:06 AM    13    [23] CT TRAFFIC MGMT TEAM ROLLING TO ASSIST. ETA 15-20 MINS, DOT TMC. [Shared]

4:02 AM    12    [21] 1039 89-OIC WILL HELP WITH CALLS [Shared]

3:58 AM    11    [20] SB 14 TRK ROUTE IS OPEN – PER LINE 22 [Shared]

3:56 AM    10    [18] [Notification] [CHP]-[44] TMC-SB 14 TRK BYPASS CLOSED AS WELL? PER MEDIA [Shared] [Shared]

3:56 AM    9    [17] TMC-SB 14 TRK BYPASS CLOSED AS WELL? PER MEDIA [Shared]

3:49 AM    8    [13] [Rotation Request Comment] 1039 TOM JOHN W/ 2 HD ETA 30-45 [Shared]

3:47 AM    7    [12] 1039 ROSS BAKER W/2 HD ETA 30-40 [Shared]

3:45 AM    6    [11] 1039 HOWARD SOMMERS WITH 1 HD 30-40 [Shared]

3:45 AM    5    [10] [Rotation Request Comment] 1039 LARRYS WITH 1 HD ETA 30-40 TO SIERRA AT FOOTHILL [Shared]

3:44 AM    4    [9] 78-S3 HAVE 1185”S STAGE AT SIERRA/FOOTHILL – THEY WILL NEED TO BE ESCORTED UP WRONG WAY [Shared]

3:41 AM    3    [7] 8 BIG RIGS INVOLVED WILL NEED 6 1185 HD”S STARTED NOW [Shared]

3:37 AM    2    [5] ONLY TRUCK ROUTE CLOSED AT THIS TIME SB 5 AT 14 [Shared]

3:32 AM    1    [1] SB 5 AT 14 TRK RTE WILL BE CLOSED UNK DUR DUE TO INJ TC, ALL BLU

Unit Information

3:33 AM    2    Unit Assigned

3:34 AM    1    Unit At Scene

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