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RVers unjured as oversized trailer flips over in California

(Sept. 22, 2010) -- Police said Latoski, 53, was driving a white 1997 Ford Explorer and when the 28-foot, 1978 Coachmen trailer tipped over and scattered debris across the freeway. The trailer was believed to be oversized for the vehicle towing it, said Officer David Martinez, with the Auburn California Highway Patrol office

AUBURN, Calif. — A driver and his passenger were treated for minitor injuries after the 28-foot trailer they were hauling reportedly fishtailed and overturned at about 4 p.m. on eastbound Interstate 80, the Auburn Journal reported.

Police said Latoski, 53, was driving a white 1997 Ford Explorer and when the 1978 Coachmen trailer tipped over and scattered debris across the freeway. The trailer was believed to be oversized for the vehicle towing it, said Officer David Martinez, with the Auburn California Highway Patrol office

The passenger, 38-year-old Shawnna Moller of Orangvale, was trapped in the sport utility vehicle until firemen were able to pull her out.

To read the full report in the Auburn Journal, click here.

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