Crash outside Alamo fire station slows traffic on Stone Valley


Three vehicles were involved in a chain-reaction crash Friday afternoon outside a San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District station in Alamo, a fire captain said.

The collision occurred around 2 p.m. outside the fire station at 2100 Stone Valley Road, Capt. James Martin said.

As a fire engine was pulling out of the station and the traffic light at an intersection there was switched to red, a vehicle that had two vehicles ahead of it failed to come to a stop, Martin said.

The vehicle rear-ended the one ahead of it, which was then pushed into a vehicle that had come to a stop at the intersection.

One of the motorists suffered moderate injuries and was taken to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek for treatment. The person is in stable condition and is expected to survive, Martin said.

Another motorist went against medical advisement at the scene.

The collision stalled traffic on both directions of Stone Valley Road, a main thoroughfare in Alamo.

-- Bay City News Service

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