The northbound Euclid Street off-ramp was closed on Wednesday morning after a big-rig and a vehicle collided and spilled toilet paper all over the road.
The accident occurred at 10:30 a.m. on the northbound lanes I-5 at North Euclid Street, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The driver of an Oldsmobile Intrigue hit the brakes too hard on the off-ramp and lost control of his vehicle, as the traffic in front of him slowed to a stop. The driver of the Intrigue veered to the left and hit the tires of the big-rig.
The impact of the collision made the trailer swing over the right and hit the car again.
The truck driver was hauling 26,000 pounds of toilet paper, when he was hit. He slammed on the brakes and then flipped his trailer over onto the right shoulder. The Intrigue ended up on the off-ramp divider.
The driver of the Intrigue was taken to the hospital.
Officials closed the off-ramp while the accident was investigated.
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