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Three-car crash reported on Oregon and Bayshore

Original post made by Tyler Hanley, digital editor of Palo Alto Online, on Oct 20, 2010

There has been a report of a three-car crash on Oregon Expressway and West Bayshore Road this afternoon. The initial report cam in at 4:53 p.m. A witness reported seeing one person on the ground being attended to by medics. Traffic is very heavy in the area. There are at least two police cars at the scene as well as a paramedic vehicle and fire personnel. It appears there is only one lane available for vehicles at this time.

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