Six people were taken to hospitals in Santa Rosa, California after a dump truck crashed into 10 vehicles. six of them burned in a resulting fire.
The injuries ranged from minor to serious, and that police said 10 vehicles were involved in the collision and fire.
Witnesses say bystanders and arriving firefighters pulled people from burning cars, including a screaming woman trapped in a van. No fatalities have been reported.
The mid-morning accident occurred on one of the main streets in the city, and remains under investigation
Santa Rosa is a city of 175,000 people that was devastated by a major wildfire in October. It's located about 60 miles north of San Francisco.
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