Two air ambulances have been deployed after a single-vehicle rollover in Lake County resulted in major injuries.
The Incident Commander arrived on scene near the intersection of Sulpher Bank Drive and North Drive and requested that two air ambulances be deployed for emergency transport of two patients with major injuries.
Information about the accident was initially displayed on the California Highway Patrol Traffic Incident Information page but was scrubbed for reasons unknown. This is standard practice when an accident proves fatal, but scanner traffic made no mention of 1144 at the scene.
UPDATE 5:48 p.m: The Northshore Fire Department posted photographs of the incident and the following information about the accident:
Your Northshore Firefighters out of the CL Oaks station 75, responded to a vehicle roll over. Everyone needs to slow down, Sulphur Bank road is narrow and winding road.
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