Reward offered for information |

Reward offered for information

Lowell Robinson wants someone to talk, and he has 1,000 reasons why the right person should.

The president of Robinson Enterprises wants information leading to the arrest of a driver suspected of causing a logging truck from his business to crash last week.

He’s offering a $1,000 reward.

“That’ll make somebody think,” he said.

The crash occurred Friday afternoon on northbound Golden Center Freeway near the Brunswick Road onramp.

Robinson’s driver was in the fast lane when a woman driving a white Toyota sedan moved from the slow to the fast lane to make room for a vehicle approaching from the onramp.

The Toyota and the truck made contact, and the truck swerved into the center divide and flipped onto its side, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The CHP wants to question the woman for allegedly making an unsafe lane change and leaving the scene of an accident. Anyone with information is urged to call the CHP’s Grass Valley office at 273-4415.

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