Highway 1 closed in Santa Cruz County following 2-car crash: CHP

Update – 3:30 p.m.Caltrans is now reporting that Highway 1 is still closed. The California Highway Patrol told KSBW 8 that the roadway never reopened and they are waiting for a tow truck to move the big rig involved in the crash. KSBW 8 has reached out to Caltrans for clarification on their initial report. Update – 2:54 p.m.:According to Caltrans, all lanes along Highway 1 near Laguna Road in Santa Cruz County have been reopened. Highway 1 is closed in Santa Cruz County following a crash. According to Caltrans, a two-vehicle crash near Laguna Road caused the closure. The California Highway Patrol reported that the crash caused “major injury.” A woman was airlifted from the scene. There is no estimated time for reopening, the CHP noted. This is a developing story, stay with KSBW 8 for the latest.

Update – 3:30 p.m.

Caltrans is now reporting that Highway 1 is still closed.

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The California Highway Patrol told KSBW 8 that the roadway never reopened and they are waiting for a tow truck to move the big rig involved in the crash.

KSBW 8 has reached out to Caltrans for clarification on their initial report.


Update – 2:54 p.m.:

According to Caltrans, all lanes along Highway 1 near Laguna Road in Santa Cruz County have been reopened.


Highway 1 is closed in Santa Cruz County following a crash.

According to Caltrans, a two-vehicle crash near Laguna Road caused the closure.

The California Highway Patrol reported that the crash caused “major injury.” A woman was airlifted from the scene.

There is no estimated time for reopening, the CHP noted.

This is a developing story, stay with KSBW 8 for the latest.

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