Heavy duty collision sends one to hospital Thursday evening.
Sacramento, CA | Downtown collision with deployed air bag, car on its side and another front end smashed only sends one to hospital.
Two lives intersected as a man driving a blue truck southbound on 11th Street ran a stop sign and collided with a woman driving a black sedan westbound on S Street in midtown Thursday evening. Read more »
Paladin wrecks near Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento, CA | Security vehicle allegedly causes crash near Downtown Sacramento.
According to witnesses, a Paladin security guard traveling east on Richards Blvd., allegedly turned left in front of a west bound vehicle at the intersection of Richards Blvd and Vine Street Tuesday afternoon. Read more »
A section of pavement sinks as water floods the street
Sacramento, CA | Water gushing from beneath the street floods downtown area Thursday afternoon.
According to a resident of the effected street, water came up and onto the street from under the pavement for about an hour Thursday afternoon. The pavement where the water was coming from looked displaced, and sunken. Read more »
Vehicle careens off freeway off ramp into pole in Arden area.
Sacramento, CA | Many vehicle accident calls have EMS/Fire and Law Enforcement crews busy today.
Wherever you were in Sacramento Tuesday, you probably heard sirens wailing regularly through the day as responders made their way to a myriad of vehicle accidents on the freeways and surface streets in the region, even in a college parking structure where several vehicles were hit. Read more »
Bikers gather at the Capitol's west steps for their voice to be heard on two bills pending.
Sacramento, CA | Two bills were on bikers’ minds Monday as they rallied at the Capitol.
Hundreds of California motorcyclists, drivers and passengers, showed up for the yearly motorcycle rally sponsored by the American Brotherhood Aimed Towards Education (ABATE) Monday morning. Read more »
Gas line hit by contractor forces neighborhood evacuation (click this image to see more photos)
Sacramento, CA | A severed gas line by work crews forces the evacuation of many homes in East Sacramento Tuesday afternoon.
According to a Sacramento City Fire spokesman, a private contractor working for the city accidentally cut into a 2-inch gas line while laying fiber optic lines near Folsom Boulevard. Read more »
Sacramento, CA | For a fourth year, the American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes Inc. are teaming up to deliver holiday cards to service members, their families and veterans, many of whom will be far from home this holiday season. The Holiday Mail for Heroes program provides Americans with the opportunity to send holiday greetings and a note of thanks to our men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces. Read more »
Governor-Elect Jerry Brown was deep into a meeting with state finance officials and his transition team when media swarmed in by invitation.
Per the Press Release sent, “Jerry Brown will hold a brief photo availability for news media during a meeting between the Governor-Elect, his transition team and Department of Finance officials in Sacramento.” Read more »
Sacramento, CA | Americans gather at various memorials around the Capital Thursday to remember, mourn and celebrate.
Veterans, as well as non-veterans, gathered at the Mexican American Veterans Memorial at Capitol Park on Veterans Day for a ceremony honor those who had sacrificed their lives. Read more »
Sacramento, CA | The driver of a truck turning right onto Starfire Rd off Folsom said the railroad crossing arms had just started to come down as he crossed the tracks and was hit by a RT train.
The driver and his passenger were not injured in the collision that occurred around 10:15 am this morning.
One person on the light rail train was treated for minor injuries and transported to a hospital by Sacramento Metro Fire.
The Ford pickup truck sustained major front-end damage and was towed. The train had moved on and was not at the scene when the pickup was towed.
An investigation is underway.