SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A man and a woman died Friday when their full-size pickup crashed into a tree on Marysville Boulevard, according to the California Highway Patrol.
CHP said the truck was towing a fifth-wheel trailer while driving westbound on I-80 when it went off the roadway and up a dirt embankment before crashing into a tree.
The impact caused massive damage to both the truck and the trailer.
The Sacramento City Fire Department pronounced the two dead at the scene.
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CHP said they are investigating the cause of the crash. CHP said they do not know if drugs, alcohol or a medical emergency played a role in the crash.
Anyone who has information regarding the crash can call Officer Mike Zerfas at (916)348-2317 from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Zerfas can also be reached at (916)798-0975.