One woman received serious injuries on Monday after losing control of her vehicle, which rolled several times on Highway 101 near Los Alamos.
At 11:33 a.m., personnel from the Santa Barbara County Fire Department, California Highway Patrol and American Medical Response were dispatched to the collision on southbound Highway 101 at Cat Canyon.
The crash reportedly involved a white van and a red truck.
The woman driving the truck apparently lost control and overcorrected, causing her vehicle to clip the van and veer off the road, according to the CHP.
The truck hit a callbox and overturned several times before ending up off the highway.
Firefighters performed minor extrication to free the driver from the crumpled truck, fire Capt. Daniel Bertucelli said.
The van’s driver was able to stop the vehicle in the center divider, the CHP said.
A Calstar medical helicopter also was dispatched to transport a patient to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.
Firefighters said the woman had major injuries while the CHP reported she had moderate injuries from the crash.
The van’s driver was not injured.
Names, ages and hometowns of those involved in the crash were not available.
The Bell Street offramp from the highway was closed for a time due to the crash and the medical helicopter picking up the patient.
Additional details were not immediately available.
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