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Vehicle rollover collision occurs at Haste Street and Shattuck Avenue

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MARCH 19, 2017

Berkeley Police Department responded to a vehicle rollover collision Sunday morning.

According to BPD spokesperson Lt. Andrew Rateaver, BPD and Berkeley Fire Department received a call of “a vehicle roll-over motor vehicle collision” at the intersection of Haste Street and Shattuck Avenue about 9:00 a.m. BPD released a Nixle alert shortly after, advising the community to avoid the area for the next hour due to traffic congestion caused by the accident.

“Although driver(s) complained of injury, none requested transport to hospital,” Rateaver said in an email.

The intersection was blocked for about 30 minutes due to the accident, according to Rateaver.

Check back for updates.

Chantelle Lee is an assistant news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @ChantelleHLee.
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MARCH 19, 2017


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