CHP says that a teenage boy’s vehicle rolled over several times near Durham and speed might have been a factor.
According to officers, this happened about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, near the intersection of Aguas Frias and Nelson roads.
Sergeant Dan Canalia said the 17-year-old boy’s dark blue Nissan Murano was traveling northbound on Aguas Frias when his car reared off the roadway and went down a ditch and embankment.
This caused the Nissan to roll over twice, but luckily the driver only received minor injuries.
Officers are blaming speed for this incident and say that drugs and alcohol were not involved.
There have been no arrests made, regarding this accident.
The road was reduced to one lane from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and has since been reopened.
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