Three-vehicle crash blocks Highway 101 lane in Santa Rosa

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At least three vehicles were involved in a crash blocking one lane on Highway 101 southbound in Santa Rosa Tuesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Initial reports indicated a white Toyota truck was driving recklessly and may have caused three cars to collide just north of the Airport Boulevard exit ramp at approximately 7:49 a.m., according to the CHP.

The crash left the middle lane blocked during rush hour.

Dispatchers deployed an ambulance to the scene about 40 minutes later. Injuries were minor, although three people was taken to the hospital.

You can reach Staff Writer Yousef Baig at 707-521-5390 or On Twitter @YousefBaig.

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