An Acura SUV ended up overturned in a ditch with two women inside. They were able to crawl out and were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The driver of the UPS truck got out of his truck on his own. He also had what appeared to be minor injuries.
This is the second UPS freight truck to overturn on a Bay Area highway this week. A UPS truck overturned Wednesday morning on the Hacienda Drive on ramp to eastbound I-580. That tow truck company, Golden State Fleet Services, used air bags to lift that truck up, instead of off-loading it. They estimate it saved between two to four hours.
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No one was seriously injured in Thursday's crash.
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About 5 1/2 hours later...Sig Alert cancelled for SB 101 at Brokaw in San Jose. All lanes back open following rollover semi crash.— Alexis Smith (@AlexisABC7) October 13, 2016
SUV pulled from ditch. UPS big rig still on side. CHP hoping UPS offloads truck. If not possible soon they'll try to get air bags to lift it pic.twitter.com/Anv3YEe7fX— Matt Keller (@MattKellerABC7) October 13, 2016
Crazy crash on SB 101 in San Jose. Sedan ends up in ditch. UPS truck is on side. Amazingly only minor injuries. 2 lanes open. pic.twitter.com/xAri9ckZvx— Matt Keller (@MattKellerABC7) October 13, 2016
Overturned big rig & car in a ditch on SB 101 between Hwy 87 & Brokaw Road. Looks like 2 lanes are blocked. pic.twitter.com/USgChbAP2p— Matt Keller (@MattKellerABC7) October 13, 2016