No one was injured in a two-car collision Friday morning that cause one vehicle to overturn, authorities said.
According to CHP Officer Jeff Christy, a gray Honda Accord was traveling westbound on state Route 78 (10th Street) when a silver Toyota Tacoma, traveling north on B Street, came through the intersection, causing the Honda to "T-bone" the truck.
The collision caused the truck to flip over on its side.
"[The driver of the Honda] was going around 30-35 miles per hour," Christy said. "The high center of gravity caused the truck to overturn. It won't take much."
High traffic caused reduced visibility to both cars, Christy said, which contributed to the accident.
According to the CHP officer, everyone was wearing seatbelts and alcohol is not suspected. An ambulance was on scene, but no one was transported.
Only two people were involved, and the cars needed to be towed.