An abrupt lane change made by a black sedan that sped off is being blamed for a rollover wreck on Highway 99 north of Mitchell Avenue that sent one man to a hospital Sunday afternoon.
The California Highway Patrol said the driver of a Toyota sport utility vehicle took evasive action and lost control of his vehicle, going through a fence and landing upside down beside railroad tracks.
Trains reduced their speed but were allowed to pass as emergency workers took the driver to a hospital.
Details about the driver and his condition were not available Sunday night. The CHP is calling the accident a noncontact hit and run.