FAIRFIELD — Nicholas Tyrone Brown, 35, of Fairfield, was killed after a big rig on westbound Interstate 80 in San Pablo struck the motorcycle he was riding, the California Highway Patrol and Contra Costa County coroner’s office said. Brown died in the crash reported at 6:22 a.m. Monday when the truck, yellow with a white <…>




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July 06, 2017 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged A3, PrintedPhoto: Accident backs up I-80 traffic in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD — An injury accident on eastbound Interstate 80 near the California Highway Patrol truck scales in Fairfield blocked three lanes for a short time. A vehicle spun out at about 10:17 a.m., hit a barrier and apparently at least one other vehicle got involved, according to the CHP website. Two lanes reopened minutes after <…>


March 10, 2012 |Posted in Breaking News | Tagged A3, PrintedChristmas Day crashes leave 1 injured; I-80 traffic snarled

FAIRFIELD – Three lanes of westbound Interstate 80 were closed due to a three-vehicle accident near the truck scales Christmas morning, and the backed-up traffic resulted in a separate hit-and-run incident minutes later, the California Highway Patrol reported. Although an ambulance was called to the scene of the initial 11:35 a.m. accident, no injuries were <…>


December 26, 2018 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged A3, PrintedCrash on I-80 in Fairfield injures 3 Caltrans workers

FAIRFIELD — Three Caltrans workers were injured Tuesday when a pickup truck struck their van and trailer which was on the shoulder of westbound Interstate 80, according to the California Highway Patrol. The crash, just east of Manuel Campos Parkway, closed down two lanes of westbound I-80, clogging up traffic all the way back to <…>


August 22, 2018 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged A1, featured, PrintedNews Flash: Crash on EB I-80 in Fairfield mars evening commute

FAIRFIELD — A crash that involved a motorcycle on eastbound Interstate 80 in Fairfield has blocked three lanes of the freeway, the California Highway Patrol reports. The crash happened shortly after 5 p.m. just east of Manuel Campos Parkway. The CHP had called for its Major Accident Investigations Team. No information was immediately available as <…>


FAIRFIELD — A 19-year veteran of the California Highway Patrol died Friday after being struck by a pickup while the officer was conducting a roadside stop at the westbound Manuel Campos/North Texas Street offramp. Kirk Griess, 46, had worked in the Fairfield CHP office for 16 years. He was a Vacaville resident, the CHP reports. <…>


August 11, 2018 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged A1, featured, PrintedNews Flash: Procession for CHP officer killed in Fairfield freeway crash makes way through town

FAIRFIELD — Authorities are investigating a crash Friday morning on Interstate 80 in Fairfield that left a California Highway Patrol officer and one other person dead. Officials with the CHP identified the deceased officer during press conference at 2:30 p.m. as Kirk Griess, 46. He was a 19-year veteran of the CHP who had worked <…>


FAIRFIELD — A California Highway Patrol officer was among those injured when a car slammed into his parked cruiser on eastbound Interstate 80 Monday in Fairfield, a crash that also marred the afternoon commute. The crash happened at approximately 3:40 p.m. just west of Red Top Road as the CHP officer’s car was parked on <…>


May 02, 2018 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged A3, PrintedSuisun man to stand trial in connection with deadly I-80 crash

FAIRFIELD — A Suisun City man whose alleged drunken driving may have been responsible for the death of an 18-year-old girl from San Pablo was ordered Tuesday to stand trial on a trio of felony charges. Marc D. Crawley was behind the wheel of his 1968 Ford Mustang on the night of March 26, 2016, <…>


September 06, 2017 |Posted in Crime-Solano County Courts | Tagged A6, PrintedCommunity welcomes new fire station to Fairfield

The past week’s heat wave is a reminder that we are entering peak fire season in Northern California. July is typically the month when Fairfield’s exceptional fire service professionals tackle their busiest period for service calls. And if a service call happens to be for the Cordelia area of Fairfield, the fire battalion will be <…>


June 25, 2017 |Posted in Local Business Columnists | Tagged B8, PrintedI-80 Smart Corridor starts activation in Contra Costa, Alameda counties

FAIRFIELD — Solano County commuters to the Bay Area should expect to see incremental activation of parts of the state’s Interstate 80 Smart Corridor system in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, according to a California Department of Transportation press release. Signage along I-80 between the Carquinez Bridge and the Bay Bridge will display introductory messages to help familiarize motorists <…>


July 14, 2016 |Posted in Solano County | Tagged A3, PrintedFairfield firefighters have busy New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day morning

FAIRFIELD — Fairfield firefighters reported on the department’s Facebook page a busy and tragic start to the new year. They responded to 11 emergencies, including two serious motor vehicle accidents and one fatal incident on Interstate 80. A call came in about 10:17 p.m. New Year’s Eve about a solo motorcycle crash on westbound I-80 at Manuel <…>


FAIRFIELD — A truck driver lost control of his big rig Tuesday morning and it flipped over onto its side, partially blocking westbound Interstate 80 in Fairfield for four hours until the trailer could be righted and hauled away, according to the California Highway Patrol. The big rig, which belonged to a company in San Jose, <…>


FAIRFIELD — A major injury crash Saturday afternoon on westbound Interstate 80 just east of the Waterman Boulevard exit sent two people to the hospital. The California Highway Patrol responded to the scene shortly after 1 p.m. A 2004 Ford Escape reportedly swerved to avoid a collision, according to CHP Sgt. Chris Linehan, causing the driver to lose <…>


FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield Fire Department responded to a single-vehicle accident at 5:01 p.m. Saturday evening on I-80 just east of the North Texas interchange. Upon arriving on scene, firefighters found a vehicle rolled over, blocking the center lane of traffic. Two motorists were injured in the accident and transported to NorthBay Medical Center with non-life threatening <…>


January 04, 2015 |Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged A4, PrintedMultiple car accident blocks I-80 in Vacaville

VACAVILLE — A big rig blocked traffic in a collision with a smaller truck on Sunday afternoon on eastbound Interstate 80, blocking four lanes of traffic and continuing a day that saw several serious freeway incidents during the morning hours. Earlier it was reported that the big rig jackknifed, but according to Sgt. Brian Sprang of <…>


FAIRFIELD — A woman went to NorthBay Medical Center with complaints of pain late Thursday after driving off the Manuel Campos Parkway offramp from westbound Interstate 80 into a ditch. A report of a vehicle driving off the road in this area came to emergency officials at 10:32 p.m. The reporting party also said that <…>


FAIRFIELD — An early evening crash on eastbound Interstate 80 at the Travis Boulevard exit briefly blocked all lanes, bringing traffic to a standstill Saturday evening. California Highway Patrol officers responded to a report of a multi-vehicle accident about 5:25 p.m. A sig alert was issued at 5:37 p.m. There were two injuries reported. Both <…>


FAIRFIELD — A traffic collision between a gray Chevrolet Malibu and gray Mazda took place at noon Thursday on eastbound Interstate 80 near the Green Valley interchange. One car came to rest in one of the right lanes, causing traffic to slow. The California Highway Patrol called the incident a minor-injury accident. The cause wasn’t available <…>


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FAIRFIELD — A vehicle hit a freeway work crew Thursday night and shut down the eastbound Highway 12 connector from Interstate 80 leading toward Suisun City and Rio Vista. The accident happened at 9:15 p.m. The firm O. C. Jones was doing contract work for the state Department of Transportation that involved restriping and had <…>


April 18, 2014 |Posted in Solano County | Tagged A5, PrintedCrash backs up late-night traffic on I-80 in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD — As many as six vehicles were involved in a late-night crash Saturday on Interstate 80 that left three westbound lanes blocked into early Sunday. The crash was initially reported as a two-vehicle accident at 11:45 p.m. on westbound I-80 just east of the Travis Boulevard offramp, with both vehicles coming to a stop <…>


FAIRFIELD — A 65-year-old man from Emeryville was killed Friday morning in a solo vehicle accident on eastbound Interstate 80 about a half-mile east of American Canyon Road. Richard Chinn died in the accident that happened at about 9:20 a.m. along this freeway stretch between Fairfield and Vallejo. California Highway Patrol Officer Chris Parker said <…>


FAIRFIELD — A pair of rollover accidents on Interstate 80 Sunday morning resulted in no injuries. Battalion Chief Matt Lukenbach said crews responded to an accident about 7:45 a.m. on eastbound I-80 near North Texas Street where a vehicle had rolled over into a ditch. Everybody was outside the vehicle when responders arrived, Lukenbach said. A couple <…>


February 24, 2014 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged A4, PrintedSuspect in fatal I-80 crash makes court appearance

FAIRFIELD — A Suisun City man who faces a felony vehicular manslaughter charge for a fatal Jan. 31 crash pleaded not guilty Tuesday. Damarea D. Williams-Evans, 20, also faces charges of hit-and-run, leaving the scene of an accident, driving with a suspended license and possession of marijuana. California Highway Patrol officers reported that Williams-Evans was speeding <…>


February 05, 2014 |Posted in Crime-Solano County Courts | Tagged A4, PrintedAuthorities arrest 1 after fatal I-80 crash

DIXON — A motorist was arrested Friday after allegedly fleeing the scene of an accident on Interstate 80 that killed an elderly Sacramento man. The driver of a 1992 Mitsubishi Gallant allegedly hit a moving vehicle at approximately 6:30 a.m. while trying to re-enter westbound I-80 from the shoulder east of Highway 113 in Dixon, according <…>


February 03, 2014 |Posted in Crime-Solano County Courts | Tagged A3, PrintedMajor traffic woes on I-80 after multiple wrecks; 4 hospitalized

FAIRFIELD — Several accidents on Interstate 80 created major traffic tie-ups Monday and sent four people to hospitals, one with major injuries. The major injury and worst congestion came from an accident at 7:20 a.m. on westbound Interstate 80 east of Air Base Parkway. Two small car were crushed between sports utility vehicles. A white Toyota <…>


November 20, 2013 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged #MajorI80Crash, A11, PrintedRash of accidents as wet weather hits Fairfield

FAIRFIELD — Saturday’s wet weather may have contributed to at least one of three accidents in Fairfield. The first one, reported at 9:59 a.m., was the result of a California Highway Patrol pursuit, which had been cancelled minutes before the fleeing driver exited eastbound Interstate 80 at Air Base Parkway and crashed into a series <…>


September 22, 2013 |Posted in Fairfield | Tagged A5, PrintedCrash shuts down part of WB I-80 in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD — A portion of westbound Interstate 80 in Fairfield was shut down Sunday after a crash that involved a vehicle that was towing a boat. The boat was mangled, as was the trailer, according to the California Highway Patrol. Another vehicle had major front-end damage. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission classified it as an injury <…>


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