A driver received significant, but non-life-threatening injuries and needed to be removed from the vehicle by the Turlock Fire Department after a collision with a semi-truck on Saturday morning on West Main Street.
The accident occurred shortly before 7:50 a.m. on Saturday at the intersection of West Main Street and Tegner Road.
A white Toyota Yaris and a semi-truck collided at the intersection. The cause of the accident is not available at this time.
Initial reports of the accident said the driver of the car in the collision was trapped in the vehicle.
Turlock police spokesperson Lt. Miguel Pacheco confirmed this, adding that the Turlock Fire Department had to remove the driver by cutting off the door.
The driver of the Toyota suffered significant injuries, but they were non-life-threatening, said Pacheco. She was transported to an area hospital.
No other injuries have been reported.
Drugs or alcohol did not appear to be a factor in the collision, said Pacheco.