A Logging Truck Has Flipped on Highway 299
Several logs have spilled onto the roadway after a single-vehicle incident involving a logging truck on Highway 299 a few miles west of Willow Creek. According to CHP, the driver of the vehicle was initially thought to be trapped in the cab of the truck, but ultimately suffered no injuries.
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is providing traffic control, but scanner traffic indicates that vehicles are able to pass through the area at this time. Updates from LoCO’s CHP Watch below.
 1039 16-70 CPZ // ENRT
 LOGGING TRK ON ITS SIDE, LOST LOGS IN RDWY
 B16-070 SOLO 1182 DRIVER NEG INJ
 B16-070 BIG RIG ON SIDE WITH 53 FT FB TRLR
 [Notification] [CHP]-Problem changed from 1179-Trfc Collision-1141 Enrt to 1182-Trfc Collision-No Inj by CHP
 [Notification] [CHP]-CT ETA 45 MINS TO 1 HR
 B16-070 SO IS DOING ONE WAY TRAFFIC CONTROL
 [Rotation Request Comment] 1039 BUDDYS TOWING 530-629-2424 // ENRT
 ND-C121 BACK TO ONE WAY TRAFFIC
 ND-C121 CT IS PICKING UP CLOSURE // RDWY CLEAR
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