• Construction Company Steps Up To Save Giant Community Center Theater Chandelier

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A piece of Sacramento’s past will be preserved after some uncertainty about the fixture.
    Renovations to the Community Center Theater brought down a massive chandelier, but the city did not know what to do with it.
    The mid-century modern chandelier hangs inside the Community Center Theatre and is 50 feet long and 20 feet wide. It has hung there for more than 40 years but is now in the way of a nearly $73 million renovation and expansion of the convention center.
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  • Sacramento Sureño Gang Members Indicted For Meth Distribution

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Two Sacramento men were indicted by a federal grand jury Monday on charges related to drug trafficking, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
    Manuel Reyes, 35 of Sacramento, Elton Padilla, 35 of Sacramento are among eight defendants from California and Oregon.
    They are charged with distributing meth or being a felon in possession of a firearm. According to court documents, the defendants are linked to Sureño street gangs that claim allegiance to the Mex
  • Getting Answers: Did Modesto Police Follow Policy In Downtown Car Chase?

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Family members of the victims in Saturday’s pursuit crash are now calling for Modesto Police to take rethink their policy.
    CBS13 sat down with the Modesto Police Chief to talk about what happens when his officers get behind the wheel for a dangerous pursuit.
    Antonio Gazo and Rodney Quiros booking photos (credit: Modesto Police Department)
    Once the two suspects, Antonio Gazo and Rodney Quiros, pulled a gun on Modesto Police and fired early Saturday morning, everythin
  • Submerged Aircraft Located In Lake Tulloch, Pilot Still Missing

    CALAVERAS COUNTY (CBS13) — Approximately 24 hours after it crashed into Lake Tulloch, rescue crews located the submerged aircraft about 110 feet under water Monday.
    No information about the missing pilot has been released.
    Search crews have located the submerged aircraft in over 100 ft. depths in Lake Tulloch. No information on the missing Pilot has been released. Calaveras County Sheriff's Office are currently making plans to recover the wreckage. Please avoid the crash area. pic.twitter.
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  • Police: 1-Year-Old Unharmed, Parents Found Dead In Welfare Check

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — While conducting a welfare check Monday, Stockton police say they found two deceased adults in a home. Officers said a one-year-old boy was also in the home but was unharmed.
    Officials said the incident appeared to be a murder/suicide in the 3300 block of Riverton Way.
    Police said the adults were in a relationship and are the parents of the baby boy.
    Authorities say they found a firearm in their house. The woman was in her late 20’s and he was in his early 30&rsquo
  • Suspect Arrested For Arson Following Structure Fire In Modesto

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Crews battled a structure fire in Modesto Monday night.
    The flames broke out around 5 p.m. on Spokane Street near Butte Avenue.
    The fire department said one person has been arrested for arson.
    According to the Modesto Fire Department, one of the occupants was transported to an area hospital with upper extremity burns. Red Cross was requested to assist four displaced adults.
    Anyone with information about the incident can contact the Stanislaus Fire Department at 209-525-55
  • Car Wash Malfunction Shatters Woman’s Windshield In Fair Oaks

    FAIR OAKS (CBS13) — A woman went into a Fair Oaks car wash and came out with her windshield shattered.
    Jennifer Shevchuk said she was scared for her life. The car wash company, Waterfly, is calling it a fluke accident.
    Shevchuk said last Thursday she decided to go for a free car wash at the Waterfly off Sunrise Blvd. She said everything was fine at first until some of the machinery started pounding against her window.
    “Worst case scenario ran through my head and I thought for sure th
  • Fatal DUI Suspect Charged In Deaths Of Mother, Three Daughters For Crash Into Ceres House

    CERES (CBS13) — Felix Ferdin, the suspected DUI driver who crashed into a Modesto home, killing a mother and her three children, appeared in court Monday.
    The District Attorney filed an amended complaint, charging Ferdin with the death of the 10-year-old girl who died Saturday in the hospital.
    Ferdin is now charged with the deaths of Mari Luz Jacinto-Hernandez and her three daughters, aged three, five, and 10. In total, he is charged with four counts of felony vehicular manslaughter and DU
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  • Sharks Sign Erik Karlsson To Eight-Year Deal

    SAN JOSE (AP) – The San Jose Sharks have re-signed pending free agent defenseman Erik Karlsson to an eight-year deal.
    The Sharks announced the deal on Monday, two weeks before Karlsson was eligible to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. TSN first reported the deal that is expected to be worth more than $11 million per year.
    The Sharks acquired the two-time Norris Trophy winner just before the start of last season from Ottawa as a one-year rental. Karlsson was hampered by groi
  • San Jose Sharks Announce Preseason Schedule For 2019-2020 Season

    SAN JOSE (CBS13) – The San Jose Sharks came up short in their quest for a Stanley Cup title but will start the long road to capturing next season’s Cup on September 17 when the team hosts its first preseason game.
    San Jose released the preseason schedule Monday. The Sharks will play six games total: three at the SAP Center and three away.Tuesday, Sept. 17: Anaheim 7:30 pm
    Wednesday, Sept. 18: @ Calgary 6 pm
    Saturday, Sept. 21: Vegas 5 pm
    Tuesday, Sept. 24: @ Anaheim 7 pm
    Thursday, Se
  • Spirit Airlines Giving Away Vegas Trip To Celebrate Launch Of Nonstop Flights From Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Spirit Airlines starts flying out of Sacramento International Airport on Thursday and is giving away a free three-night trip to Las Vegas to one traveler and a guest.
    Spirit will fly out of Terminal B and offer daily nonstop service to Las Vegas and more than 20 connecting destinations.
    In order to win the “Spiritaneous” getaway, which includes hotel accommodations, travelers need to show up at Terminal B from 6 am-7:30 am with their bags packed. At 7:45 am
  • Building At Port Of West Sacramento Being Demolished

    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The view is about to change a little at the Port of West Sacramento.
    People who drive past the port on Industrial Avenue will see a large building that used to house fertilizer being dismantled.
    The project began this week.
    According to West Sacramento Communications Manager Paul Hosley, the large structure is being demolished because it is no longer being used.
    Heads up for next week if you're driving by the Port of West Sacramento:
    A large warehouse formerly use
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  • Sacramento Woman, Galt Man Accused Of Trafficking Minor For Sex

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento woman and a Galt man have been charged on suspicion of sex trafficking of a child.
    Eva Symone Christian, 22, of Sacramento, was arrested by FBI agents on June 14 on charges of conspiring to engage in sex trafficking and sex trafficking of a child, according to a statement from U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott.
    Between September and October 2018, Christian, along with Robert Pierre Duncan, 24, of Galt, allegedly recruited, transported, harbored, and maintain
  • Grass Fire Burning In Rio Linda

    Firefighters are battling a grass fire in Rio Linda.
    The fire started near Q Street and Dry Creek Road. Firefighters stopped the fire from moving further than around one acre around and are monitoring the area for flare-ups.
    This is a developing story. 
  • Grass Fire Burned Three Acres In Rio Linda

    RIO LINDA (CBS13) — Firefighters knocked down a small grass fire in Rio Linda Monday.
    The fire started near Q Street and Dry Creek Road. Firefighters stopped the fire from moving further than around three acres around and are monitoring the area for flare-ups.
     
  • Rainbow Flag Hanging At California State Capitol For Pride Month

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A rainbow flag will fly in front of the California State Capitol until the end of the month as part of the state’s celebration of LGBTQ Pride Month. It’s the first time in state history the pride flag has flown in front of the Capitol.
    The flag was raised this morning for the first time by staff from the California Department of General Services and it will hang through July 1.
    Governor Gavin Newsom requested the addition of the pride flag, saying in a stat
  • Sacramento-Area Kids Offered Free Breakfast And Lunch At Schools

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento-area school districts are helping kids get a free meal even when school is not in session.
    There are income requirements and no paperwork. If kids show up at Rosemont High or at one of 32 schools in Sacramento Unified School District, they you can enjoy a free breakfast or lunch.
    There are about 12 million kids who live in homes without enough food, according to NoKidHungry.org. They will wake up hungry.
    During the school year, a lot of the kids can count on
  • Vacaville Intersection Closed Due To Hazmat Incident

    VACAVILLE (CBS13) – A major intersection in Vacaville will be closed for several hours due to a hazmat incident, police say.
    The intersection is at Peabody Road and Alamo Drive. Some jugs of what could be pool cleaner were found on the side of the road. Police say there is no immediate health concern for nearby residents, according to a Vacaville Police Department statement.
    The jugs are not labeled, so hazmat workers are suiting up to fully investigate. A witness says the jugs fell of a t
  • Outdoor Fire Permits Not Being Issued To Limit Wildfire Threat

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Cal Fire  is halting the issuance of burn permits in half a dozen counties in an effort to prevent wildfires.
    Permits are suspended for burning debris like branches and leaves outside of homes.
    The ban applies to Sonoma, Lake, Napa, Solano, Yolo, and Colusa counties.
    Camp fires are still allowed with a permit from a fire station or online from Cal Fire.
  • Juveniles Accused Of Stealing Golf Carts, Tractor In Stockton

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – A sheriff’s deputy in San Joaquin County is getting kudos for stopping alleged golf cart thieves in Stockton.
    On Sunday, two juvenile suspects reportedly stole two golf carts and a side-by-side tractor at Stockton Golf and Country Club.
    Deputy Nocon was called out to the scene and spotted the suspects driving the golf carts north of the golf club. They they got out of the carts and tried to run away.
    Deputy Nocon caught the suspects, who were then booked into juven
  • Search Continues For Swimmer Missing Near Foresthill Bridge

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – The search resumes Monday for a man who disappeared while swimming at the American River Confluence last week.
    Placer County Sheriff’s Office divers and will search for the man near the Foresthill Bridge outside Auburn.
    Strong currents and cold water at this time of the year makes swimming in the river dangerous. Authorities urge people to stay out of the rivers unless they are with a rafting company.
  • Search Resumes Monday For Plane That Disappeared Into Calaveras County Lake

    CALAVERAS COUNTY (CBS13) – Rescue crews in Calaveras County are heading back out into Lake Tulloch Monday to search for a plane that went ditched into the water on Sunday after apparently hitting power lines.
    The Calaveras and Tuolumne county sheriffs departments protected a wide perimeter least 150 feet deep on the lake where the plane went down.
    Witnesses say the heart-pounding moments before the low-flying plane nosedived were briefly caught on video.
    In security camera footage, you see
  • 1 Killed, 1 Injured On Business 80; DUI Suspected

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – One person was killed and another person was injured in a crash on Business 80 overnight. At one point, the crash closed all lanes of the freeway.
    At around 2 a.m., a vehicle was traveling too fast on Business 80 near E Street and struck the center divider and flipped over. The driver then got out of their vehicle, according to authorities.
    A good Samaritan saw the incident and got out of their vehicle and went over to the other driver. At that point, another driver hi
  • Crews Continue To Search For Pilot, Plane That Crashed Into Lake Tulloch

    CALAVERAS COUNTY (CBS13) — Authorities are still searching for a small plane that plunged into Lake Tulloch Sunday afternoon. According to witnesses, it was flying dangerously low before hitting power lines and sinking nose-first around 11:45 a.m.
    Susan Schall was on the boat dock of her summer home with her son and said she saw the bright-yellow single prop plane gliding low over the lake.
    “We just heard this huge bang, we didn’t see it crash, we saw it go down,” Schall
  • Police: Erratic Driver Pulls Victim Out Of Car, Assaults & Robs Him

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — A 22-year-old man was arrested Saturday on multiple charges after reportedly driving erratically, assaulting a motorist, and endangering children.
    Police say the adult male victim was pulled out into traffic and almost struck by the suspect, 22-year-old Christian Silva. The two drivers then followed each other, and upon stopping in the 6600 block of Pacific Avenue, Silva got out of his vehicle, pulled the victim out of his, and assaulted him.
    Silva then reportedly took t
  • Hometown Pros: 49er Arik Armstead Gives Back To Sacramento Youth

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A big guy with an even bigger heart. Former Pleasant Grove standout and current 49er defensive end Arik Armstead came back to Sacramento last week to give back to his community.
    “Arik is one of the best people I’ve ever coached,” said Joe Cattolico, Armstead’s high school coach. “Aside from being a good football player, I always tell people he’s even a better person than he is a football player, which is saying a lot obviously becaus
  • Hit And Run Driver Taken To Hospital For Crash In Rancho Cordova

    RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — A hit and run suspect driver was taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Rancho Cordova.
    The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department said the crash happened around 8:20 p.m. at Olson Drive and Zinfandel Drive Sunday.
    According to deputies, the driver of the car that crashed attempted to run away from the scene but was detained by citizens until officials arrived.
    READ ALSO: 2 Injured In Downtown Modesto Shooting
    The suspect driver and his passeng
  • Traffic Stop Leads To Weapons Arrest In Stockton

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — An 18-year-old male was arrested on weapons charges after deputies pulled over a car he was in for a traffic violation.
    (credit: San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office)
    The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office said they pulled over a black Honda Civic on Waterloo Road Friday after observing six people in the car, four of who were in the rear.
    READ ALSO: 10-Year-Old Dies Week After Alleged DUI Crash Into Home
    During the traffic stop, the deputy discovered 18-
  • 10-Year-Old Dies Week After Alleged DUI Crash Into Home

    MODESTO (CBS13) — A 10-year-old girl, who lost her mother and two sisters when an alleged drunk driver crashed into their home, has died.
    Mari Luz Jacinto-Hernandez, 38, along with her two youngest daughters, aged three and five, were killed in their sleep one week ago after the driver of an SUV smashed into their home, allegedly at speeds of more than 50 miles an hour.
    READ MORE: Neighbors Mourn Mom, 2 Young Daughters Killed By Suspected DUI Driver Near Ceres
    Jacinto-Hernandez’
  • 2 Injured In Downtown Modesto Shooting

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Modesto Police say two victims were injured when shots were fired in downtown Modesto Sunday afternoon.
    Officers said the shooting happened around 4 p.m. in the area of 9th and D Street. Citizens were on the scene assisting a male and female victim.
    READ ALSO: Police Investigating South Sacramento Homicide That Left One Man Dead
    Investigators are still unclear what exactly what happened, but said witnesses reported hearing “what sounded like mulitple gunsh
  • California Mulls Adopting Portions Of Despised Trump Tax Law

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s liberal Legislature wants to give poor people a lot more money in their state tax refunds each year, including an extra $1,000 for people who earn less than $30,000 a year and have at least one child under 6.
    But to do it, they’ll have to agree — at least partially — with Republican President Donald Trump.
    Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s spending plan would triple how much the state spends on its earned income tax credit t
  • Three Arrested For Burglary In Reported Jackhammer Theft

    AUBURN (CBS13) —Three men are behind bars after reportedly stealing a jackhammer from Home Depot in North Auburn Saturday.
    Decarlos Charleston, Demarcus Lomax, and Jesse Sewell’s booking photos. (credit: Placer County Sheriff’s Office)
    The Placer County Sheriff’s Office said two men went into the home improvement store and ran out with a jackhammer valued at $3,000. The men drove off in a car that was waiting for them.
    READ ALSO: One Injured In Reported Vacaville Sho
  • Police Investigating South Sacramento Homicide That Left One Man Dead

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An adult male died Saturday night after sustaining multiple gunshot wounds in a South Sacramento neighborhood, according to police.
    Officers responded to the area of Belleview Avenue and Kari Ann Circle at approximately 10:25 p.m. Saturday. The officers found an adult male with multiple gunshot wounds and administered first aid until fire department personnel transported him to a hospital.
    The victim succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.
    READ ALSO: Police Inv
  • Police Investigating Fatal Shooting On Calvados Avenue

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Police are investigating a homicide that happened on the 800 block of Calvados Avenue Saturday night.
    Officers found one male adult with multiple gunshot wounds at the scene and another male adult with a single gunshot wound. Both were taken to an area hospital.
    READ ALSO: One Injured In Reported Vacaville Shooting
    One of the victims succumbed to his injuries and died at the hospital. The other victim sustained a non-life-threatening injury.
    Investigato
  • One Injured In Reported Vacaville Shooting

    VACAVILLE (CBS13) — Police say one person is being treated at a local hospital after a reported shooting.
    The shooting was reported in the area of Alamo Drive and La Cruz Lane in Vacaville Sunday afternoon.
    According to police, the adult male victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
    Multiple units are currently in the area of Alamo Dr. and La. Cruz Ln. investigating a reported shooting. One victim is currently being treated at a local hospital. #vacapdMedia inquiries:
    Sgt. Jason Joh
  • Sheriff: Single Plane Crashed Into Lake Tulloch

    CALAVERAS COUNTY (CBS13) — A plane crashed into the water at Lake Tulloch in Copperopolis, according to the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office.
    The crash happened just before noon Sunday.
    Eyewitnesses reported seeing the plane hit power lines before it entered the water nose first and submerged quickly near the Poker Flat area of Lake Tulloch, the Tuolumne County Sheriff said.
    Authorities said the plane submerged about 70 feet under water.
    According to PG&E online records, 776 peo
  • Firefighters Rescue Three People Trapped On Billboard

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Early Friday morning, Stockton firefighters responded to an unusual call: three individuals trapped 60 feet up on a billboard in the area of March and Holiday.
    The crews raised an aerial ladder and made contact with two men holding a third “altered” man down.Truck 4 and Engine 11 helped the two men down and then rescued the third, who was unable to climb down the ladder on his own. Therefore, firefighters had to persuade him into a victim basket.
    One of the f
  • CHP: Fatal Shooting Shuts Down I-80 In Vacaville, Eastbound Lanes Re-Open

    9:20 p.m. Update: Officials confirmed Saturday night that the victim found with gunshot wounds on I-80 eastbound at Orange Drive in Vacaville has died.
    CHP officers said the victim succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
    CHP investigators are requesting assistance from the public in gathering the details surrounding this incident. If you or anyone you know have any information that might be helpful, please call the CHP’s Investigation tip line at (707) 917-4491
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  • Deputies Credited With Saving Drowning Woman

    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — Two boating deputies are being hailed as heroes after saving a drowning woman in the San Joaquin River last Saturday.
    The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s office said deputies Silva and Glissman noticed a boat near a piling near the Port of Stockton. They noticed a man throwing a floatation cushion into the water and heard loud screams from a female near the piling.
    The woman was in the water with her hand caught on a blue line that was attached to the piling
  • Man Arrested After Ramming Patrol Car

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — The Placer County Sheriff’s Department said a man is behind bars after driving into the front of a patrol car and disabling his own car Saturday.
    The sheriff’s office said a deputy was dispatched near the Applegate Library for a report of a man down. He found 31-year-old Kyle Longnecker-Jones slumped over the steering wheel.(credit: Placer County Sheriff's Office) (credit: Placer County Sheriff's Office) (credit: Placer County Sheriff's Office)
    The deput
  • Thieves Walk Out With More Than $8,000 Of Merchandise From Outlet

    VACAVILLE (CBS13) — Police say thieves took more than $8,000 of merchandise from one of the outlet stores.
    According to officials, the thieves walked into the store and loaded up with as much merchandise as they could carry, then casually walked out the front door.Police were notified of the theft immediately after and provided with a detailed description of the suspects and their car.
    Unfortunately, police say the suspects covered the license plate of their newer model Chevy SUV with a ga
  • Pursuit Ends In Deadly Crash, Killing Two People At Food Truck

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Early Saturday morning, a high-speed chase in Modesto came to a deadly end. The suspects ended up crashing their vehicle, taking the lives of two innocent people.
    The chase ended at the corner of 14th and D streets, just a few blocks from the Department of Motor Vehicles just before 2 a.m., where people were eating at a food truck on the corner.
    It began miles away when police ran the license plate of a suspect vehicle. Officials say the car was stolen, and when an office
  • Four Rescued From Rock In American River

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — The fast-moving, cold water is causing issues in the American River this weekend.
    Four people were trapped on a rock at the confluence Saturday and had to be rescued.
    PCSO, State Parks, Auburn Fire, & Cal Fire are currently on scene at the American River confluence after a report of 4 people stranded on a rock in the river. All 4 were able to safely scrabble off of the rock where they were stranded and they were brought back to the Confluence. pic.twitter.com/sN
  • Yuba City Double Homicide Suspect Arrested In Southern California

    YUBA CITY (CBS13) — The California Highway Patrol arrested double homicide suspect Diego Martinez in Los Angeles County early Saturday morning.
    Martinez was wanted in connection to the shooting deaths of a middle-aged couple in Yuba City that happened Friday afternoon.
    CHP said Martinez was with his mother, 36-year-old Christy Madl, and two other juveniles. The juveniles were taken into custody by Child Protective Services.
    READ MORE: Search On For 19-Year-Old Double Homicide Suspect
  • Sand Fire In Yolo County Now 100% Contained

    GUINDA (CBS13) — A week after it started, the Sand Fire in unincorporated Yolo County is now 100% contained, according to Cal Fire.
    In total, the vegetation fire burned 2,512 acres and destroyed seven non-residential structures.
    READ MORE: Rumsey Rafting Business Lends A Hand To Competitor After Sand Fire Destroys Gear
    Cal Fire said two minor injuries were also reported in the fire.
  • One Dead In Shooting At Roseville House Party

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Roseville police are investigating a shooting on Winchester Way that killed a man Friday night.
    Roberto Sanchez’s booking photo. (credit: Roseville Police Department)
    Officers said a single suspect, 25-year-old Roberto Sanchez, fired one shot at the victim, mortally wounding him. When officers arrived on the scene they transported the victim to the hospital and was later pronounced deceased.
    Police said Sanchez and victim knew each other and were with several peop
  • New York Attorney Accused Of Running Drug Operation In El Dorado County

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A New York attorney is in the Sacramento County jail Friday, accused of running a drug operation in El Dorado County.
    Manish Patel’s booking photo. (credit: Sacramento Sheriff’s Department)
    The case also has connections to Granite Bay and Mather Airfield.
    Suite D at a nondescript building on Business Drive in Cameron Park is the site of an alleged drug lab. It was raided a couple of weeks ago by as part of an ongoing investigation into the manufacture
  • Sutter County Museum Gets Makeover, Re-Opens Saturday

    SUTTER COUNTY (CBS13) — One of the best-kept secrets in Sutter County got a total makeover.
    Maybe you’ve driven by and haven’t noticed, but there’s a super cool museum behind a non-descript sign in Yuba City and it’s getting some long overdue attention.
    The story of this facelift at the Sutter County Museum, complete with new flooring, mobile shelving, and a whole lot more, began with an unexpected discovery that put more than a Mona Lisa grin on the face of directo
  • Man Faces Up To 20 Years In Prison Following Conviction For Rape, False Imprisonment

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A jury in Sacramento convicted Amit Bharth of rape, false imprisonment and assault Friday.
    Bharth was convicted by a jury of two counts of forcible rape and assault by means of force likely to cause great bodily injury with a great bodily injury allegation found true. He was also convicted of false imprisonment by force and violence.
    According to court documents, the victim was stranded after becoming separated from a friend in January 2017. She met Bharth outside a gr
  • Woman Rescued After Her Vehicle Went Off A Cliff In Placer County

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — Cal Fire and other agencies rescued a woman whose vehicle went off a cliff on Blue Canyon Road and Westbound Interstate 80.
    The driver was able to call 911 and said she went over the cliff Thursday night. On Friday morning, firefighters found the driver about 75 feet below the road.
    Swipe through pictures from the rescue belowCAR OFF ROAD(credit: Cal Fire NEU)CREWS RECOVERING WOMAN ZOOMED(credit: Cal Fire NEU)CREWS RECOVERING WOMAN(credit: Cal Fire NEU)WOMAN RECOVER

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