Reichle was uninjured.
May 10, One dead after tree falls on Highway near Redcrest, at least two injured. The following is a press release from the California Highway Patrol: On May 10,at am, a large tree fell Author: The Times-Standard. May 10, May 10, Kym Kemp31 comments About a.m., emergency personnel learned that a large tree had fallen across Hwy near mile marker 37 near Redcrest.
The highway was closed for several hours. Jul 12, HWYHWY and HWY roads conditions can be found at CALTRANS. US Rockslide on"Last Chance Grade" of section HWY Due to an active rockslide and road repairs south of Crescent City, US HWY may be closed, or one-way traffic control may be in operation.
These closures will DELAY ACCESS to MILL CREEK CAMPGROUND. Feb 03, Hwy will be closed from Pepperwood to Redcrest after a large redwood fell on Hwy by Redcrest about p.m., according to a CHP spokesperson and the CHP Traffic Incident Information page. Currently there is one lane open to allow traffic through, she said. However, to remove the tree traffic will be diverted soon off Hwy and onto. May 10, Garberville, California (May 10) – A Ferndale man died after crashing into a fallen tree on Highway in Garberville early Monday morning.
The accident is blocking one lane of the highway and responders may need a chainsaw to get the tree off the Honda, the CHP said.
The California Highway Patrol said the collision occurred at about a.m., just south of Redcrest. The man was driving a white Kenworth semi-truck pulling an empty milk tank trailer. Tree Traps 2 Cars, Blocks Traffic on Highway One person is injured after a foot tree falls near the La Conchita exit in Ventura By Alex Kacik, Noozhawk Staff Writer UPDATED.
Nov 22, Posted Thu, Nov 21, at pm PT A tree fell on a car driving on U.S. Highway in Petaluma Thursday evening blocking traffic and Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.
The driver of the semi-truck was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Jun 22, OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK - A tree fell across U.S. Highway at Lake Crescent, blocking traffic for about two hours. Traffic was backed up in both directions starting at about noon as Washington State Department of Transportation worked to remove the tree.