SACRAMENTO, CA -- A single-vehicle accident was reported Tuesday afternoon on Interstate 5 near the Natomas area in north Sacramento, according to California Highway Patrol.
The crash happened on I-5 southbound offramp to Arena Boulevard and was first reported by CHP at 3:26 p.m.
CHP officers, Sacramento Fire crews, and Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) responded to the scene where an older-model white sedan had spun out into a guardrail, causing both of the vehicle's airbags to deploy.
At least one person sustained minor injuries, but declined to be transported by ambulance.
A tow truck was requested at the scene, suggesting significant vehicle damage.
The crash was initially blocking a center-right lane, but has since been cleared from the interstate.
No further details have been provided.
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