On Thursday morning, a 1-year-old girl was killed and two adults were seriously injured in a multiple vehicle collision on a freeway near Davis.
The accident occurred just after 4 a.m. on the eastern Interstate 80 west of Richards Boulevard.
Robert Williams, 42, was driving his Toyota Avalon when it hit a rail in the center bulkhead, California Highway Patrol said.
When an approaching International Box Truck crashed into an Avalon, the vehicle was turned off and blocked the lane next to the fast lane.
The next on the same road collided Toyota Tacoma, approaching the fast lane.
The child, a passenger in the Avalon, was thrown out of the car and died, officials said.
Williams, 42, an Avalon driver, was seriously injured and taken to Kaiser Permanente Vacaville Medical Center. Its status was unavailable at the time of publication.
Linda Jones, 50, of the North Highlands, another Avalon passenger, was also seriously injured. She was taken to the University of California Davis in Sacramento. At the time of publication, there was no information about her condition.
Alejandro Ledesma-Aranda, 33, of Woodland, a closed truck driver, was not injured.
José Rosales-Cruz Jr., 31, of Sacramento, a Tacoma pilot, was also unharmed.
The case is still under investigation.
Anyone with information is asked to call the California Highway Patrol at 1-800-TELL-CHP (1-800-835-5247) and Solano CHP at 639-5600. Let us know that you have information for Officer Kurtemann who is investigating.