Two people involved in a rollover crash on rural Highway 128 just east of Yorkville escaped serious injury, according to the CHP.
Calls reporting the crash came in at 8:38 a.m. to the Ukiah CHP office.
Wenceslao Hernandez Cruz, 27, of Fort Bragg was driving a blue Dodge Dakota eastbound on Highway 128 when he fell asleep, said Ukiah CHP Officer Kylar Adams.
His vehicle began drifting toward the right shoulder of the road, and when Adams woke up and tried to correct the vehicle, it veered to the left, rolled over and crashed, Adams said. Both Cruz and his passenger were wearing seatbelts and neither one was taken to the hospital, Adams said.
Schools back in session next week
Santa Rosa City Schools reopening Oct. 27:
—Brook Hill Elementary
—Hidden Valley Elementary
—Maria Carrillo High School
—Piner High School
—Proctor Terrace Elementary
—Rincon Valley Middle School
—Santa Rosa Accelerated Charter School
—Steele Lane Elementary
Districts reopening schools Monday:
— Bennett Valley
— Oak Grove
— Roseland (It’s temporarily moving its Roseland Collegiate Prep students to two of its elementary schools)
— Sonoma Valley (except Dunbar, which opens Oct. 24)
Districts reopening schools Tuesday
— Kenwood (tentative)
— Rincon Valley
Districts reopening schools Wednesday
— Geyserville (tentative)
SOURCES: Santa Rosa City Schools, Sonoma County Office of Education