Update: Lanes reopen on westbound 22 after collision caused cement truck to overturn

GARDEN GROVE– Several lanes on the westbound 22 freeway were shut Wednesday early morning after a collision triggered a cement truck to reverse and also leakage gas when driving, officials claimed.

California Motorway Patrol and also Garden Grove Fire Division authorities reacted to reports of a two-vehicle accident quickly prior to 10 a.m. on the westbound 22 highway between Haster Street and Fairview Road, fire Capt. Thanh Nguyen stated.

The driver of a cement truck and also one more driver collided on the freeway, creating the vehicle to rescind in the carpool as well as fast street.

Alex Voelker, the motorist of the cement vehicle, stated he rammed the driver of a grey Toyota Tundra. He said the Toyota Tundra driver informed him his left front tire blew, causing him to swerve.

All the involved people rejected clinical treatment, Nguyen claimed.

CHP officials provided a SigAlert at 9:48 a.m. for a minimum of two left streets while officials wash up the gas leakage from the destroyed vehicle.

Authorities removed the highway by 1:30 p.m. as well as raised the street closures during that time, Officer Jon Latosquin said.

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