Two Injured in Rollover Crash on Marsh Creek Road, Roadway Shut Down

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Photo provided by East Contra Costa Fire Protection District

At 10:18 am Saturday, East Contra Costa Fire Protection District firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle rollover crash at Marsh Creek Road between Deer Valley and Round Valley Regional Preserve in Brentwood.

A medical helicopter was requested upon dispatch.

By 10:30, Engine 52 was on scene reporting one pickup truck was upside down on the road. Shortly after arriving on scene the medical helicopter was cancelled.

The roadway is currently closed.

Detail Information
10:32 AM 12 [21] A19-404A — INFO FOR 1185 DODG RAM 1500 ON ITS ROOF
10:31 AM 11 [19] A19-404A CORR BLKD
10:29 AM 10 [17] A19-405A 97 W/ FIRE
10:26 AM 9 [16] [Rotation Request Comment] 1039 PES TOW 9257575657 / SD 229
10:25 AM 8 [15] LL 1185
10:21 AM 7 [14] A19-404A START 1185
10:20 AM 6 [11] POSS RED PKTK / PTYS APPEARED TO BE OO VEH
10:18 AM 5 [7] 10-39 11-41
10:18 AM 4 [4] BO CONNECTION ON RP PHONE / PHONE DISCD
10:17 AM 3 [3] MULTIPLE VEHS STOPPED TO ASST
10:17 AM 2 [2] APPRS SOLO VEH TC // RED JEEP OR SIMILAR ON IT’S ROOF
10:16 AM 1 [1] BTWN DEER VLY AND ROUND VALLEY PARK

 


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  1. I drive Marsh Creek Rd 2x daily at odd hours. No matter what time of day or night it is; there is always that one driver who believes 50 mph is too “slow.” The speed limit is too high; should be 40 mph due to the high number of wildlife crossing the road and the bicycle riders using Marsh Creek as one of their daily treks (it has no bike lane) and with the twists and turns it is a dangerous road to share with bikes. I see, now and then, a sheriff’s car on Marsh Creek but it’s a rare sighting. I promise, if he sat at Deer Valley for a few hours, he would catch quite a few erratic and speeding drivers….just some thoughts for contemplation…

  2. I drive Marsh Creek Rd 2x daily at odd hours. No matter what time of day or night it is; there is always that one driver who believes 50 mph is too “slow.” The speed limit is too high; should be 40 mph due to the high number of wildlife crossing the road and the bicycle riders using Marsh Creek as one of their daily treks (it has no bike lane) and with the twists and turns it is a dangerous road to share with bikes. I see, now and then, a sheriff’s car on Marsh Creek but it’s a rare sighting. I promise, if he sat at Deer Valley for a few hours, he would catch quite a few erratic and speeding drivers….just some thoughts for contemplation…

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