In Sacramento, commuters on the interstate were stuck in stop-and-go traffic after a chain of accidents this morning.
Authorities were responding to a crash on one side of the interstate, when rubbernecking caused this crash on the other side, according to the California Highway Patrol.
This truck went flying into the median.
As drivers slowed down to navigate around that crash, approaching vehicles did not slow down in time, and rear-ended another vehicle.
You can see the driver of the truck opening his door as the car speeds into it, slamming it shut.
There is no word on how many people were injured in the crash or the severity of their injuries.
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