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Mackenson, CA — According to KCRA, an ambulance was required for a head-on collision involving multiple vehicles on Highway 160 near Brannan Island Road in Sacramento County on Friday evening, Jun 28, 2024.

Running alongside the Sacramento River, this stretch of road services the Brannan State Recreational area, which includes the Sacramento Group Camping Area and Willow Campground, north of the Three-Mile Slough Bridge.

California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers were dispatched to the scene in Mackenson around 8:15 PM following reports of a crash involving at least three vehicles. The CHP’s online logs confirm that an ambulance was en route to the location, although the extent of any injuries remains unclear at this time.

As a result of the collision, motorists are advised to anticipate delays on Highway 160. The CHP is currently investigating the incident to determine the cause and ensure the safety of all those involved.

Personal Injury Claims

After a vehicular accident, victims and their families often face not only emotional distress but also the sudden financial burdens of medical bills, loss of income during recovery, and, in tragic cases, burial expenses.

These costs should be borne by those responsible for causing the injuries and their insurance provider. However, insurance companies typically try to minimize the compensation for any claim they cannot deny. This is why having the assistance of a skilled personal injury attorney is crucial to ensuring justice for victims of vehicular accidents.

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