SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Two apparently unrelated crashes on Interstate 805 -- less than a mile and half-hour apart -- kept CHP officers busy Sunday.
The first crash occurred about 8:50 a.m. on northbound 805 just north of Sorrento Valley Boulevard when a white 4-door sedan overturned near the right shoulder. The bumper and debris blocked the slow lane, a CHP dispatcher said.
It was unknown how many people were in the vehicle; however there were no major injuries, the dispatcher said.
The second crash was at 9:20 a.m. on the northbound 805 south of Sorrento Valley Boulevard. There were no injuries from the four-vehicle crash.
One of the cars was blocking the slow lane and the other three were on the right shoulder, according to the CHP.
The accidents did not seem to cause heavy traffic, he said.
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