LIVERMORE (BCN)–Two people were severely injured this morning after a traffic collision on eastbound Interstate Highway 580 in Livermore, according to fire
Alameda County Fire, along with the California Highway Patrol, responded to the scene just east of West Grant Line Road and Jess Ranch Road shortly before 9:45 a.m.
Fire officials said one person suffered life-threatening injuries and was flown to a nearby hospital. Another person had severe injuries and was taken to a hospital by ambulance.
There was no further information on the status of the two people injured, and the CHP is currently investigating the incident.
Livermore: At 9:43AM on Saturday, April 1st, #ALCOFire Battalion 3 and Engine 20, Tracy Fire Department Engine 94, Paramedics Plus and a Paramedics Plus Supervisor, and CHP responded to an expanded traffic collision on Eastbound (EB) I-580, east of Grant Line/Midway. Two adults were injured. One adult sustained life threatening injuries and was flown to a nearby trauma center via Cal Star (landing on EB I-580 at the EB I-205 split). The other adult was transported by Paramedics Plus to a nearby hospital. #Livermore #ALCOFirefighters #TracyFirefighters #ParamedicsPlus #CHP #AlamedaCounty #CalStar #EMS #TrafficAccident