SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Update Dec. 6, 6:30 a.m.
Traffic was backed up Monday night on the northbound lanes of the Capital City Freeway after a collision involving a large truck and trailer, according to the Sacramento Police Department.
The truck was in the 2000 block of Marconi Avenue when it hit fencing, light poles and traffic signals; causing debris to fall on the freeway under the overpass, police said. No injuries were reported and police said the truck left the area before officers arrived. The crash is under investigation.
Caltrans originally said in a tweet Monday night that a vehicle veered off the Marconi Avenue overpass onto the freeway. Police clarified the vehicle did not drive off the overpass.
Original story Dec. 5, 9:50 p.m.
Traffic is backed up along Capital City Freeway after a vehicle veered off the Marconi Avenue overcrossing and onto the northbound freeway, Caltrans said.
Few details surrounding the incident have been released at this time.
Caltrans said the incident is blocking both lanes of the freeway, and an extended closure is expected for cleanup and bridge inspection.
Around 9:30 p.m., traffic was backed up to El Camino Avenue.
ABC10 has reached out to law enforcement for more information on the collision, but the inquiry was not immediately returned.