STOCKTON, Calif. — One person was killed in a Stockton crash Wednesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
It happened on Highway 26 and Alpine Road just before 11 a.m.
Officials say two cars — a silver Infiniti and a white F-250 — were involved in the crash.
The Infiniti was heading eastbound when, for unknown reasons, the driver hit the some gravel on the shoulder, lost control and veered into oncoming traffic, according to CHP Officer Rubin Jones.
The F-250 hit the passenger side of the Infiniti once it crossed over into the westbound lane.
It is not clear if the Infiniti driver or the truck driver was killed and there are no other reported injuries.
The crash is under investigation and it's unknown if drugs or alcohol were a factor.