Two auto accidents occurred this morning in Calaveras County, one with minor injuries and one with no injuries, according to the California Highway Patrol San Andreas Office.
At around 6:50 a.m., Jerry Wayne Cradduck, 75, of Sonora, lost control of his 2003 Subaru and rolled it over on O'Byrnes Ferry Road, north of Copper Cove Drive.
Cradduck said a deer jumped in front of his vehicle as he was traveling northbound and he swerved into the southbound lane and onto the shoulder, lost complete control of the vehicle and rolled over.
He and his passenger, Julia Carolyn Cradduck, 74, of Sonora, were taken to Sonora Regional Medical Center for minor injuries.
About 15 minutes later, a two-vehicle accident occurred on Hawver Road, but with no injuries.
Earlier, shortly after midnight, a report was taken for a vehicle skidding off the road into a barbed wire fence and fleeing the scene on Highway 4, east of Appaloosa Road.
On Saturday, a three-vehicle accident in Douglas Flat caused minor injuries for one.
At about 9:30 a.m. Saturday, a vehicle was traveling too fast and hit a vehicle that was slowing to make a turn, which was pushed forward into another vehicle, according to CHP.
Geneva Smolinski, 29, of Santa Maria, driving the slowing vehicle that was hit, received minor injuries and was taken to Mark Twain Medical Center.
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