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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — For the second night in three days, overturned vehicles are blocking lanes on the freeway in Natomas.

Caltrans cameras show the ramp connecting eastbound I-80 to northbound I-5 was shut down due to the crash. The cameras show one of the vehicles flipped upside down.

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The crash involved a truck that was hauling a trailer carrying three vehicles on it, a CBS13 crew at the scene determined.

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There is no estimated time for the reopening of the ramp.

Just on Wednesday night, there was another semi crash in the westbound lanes of I-80 in the same area.

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Nebraskas Republican governor says he will call a special legislative session to pass a total abortion ban if Roe v. Wade gets overturned

Nebraska’s unicameral legislature failed to pass such a bill recently that would have banned abortions without exceptions for rape and incest and would have created criminal penalties for physicians who perform abortions in the state.

While speaking with Bash, Ricketts articulated his belief that each state has the right and responsibility to implement laws that reflect the interests of their residents.

He said, “At the end of the day, I think voters in individual states, and it’s certainly true here in Nebraska, they make their own decisions. You know, people outside the state can have an influence, but at the end of the day, Nebraskans look to their own and Nebraskans made a decision they wanted for their state.”

On Saturday, more than 400 pro-abortion “Bans Off Our Bodies” protests took place across the country by Planned Parenthood, Women’s March, and other pro-abortion organizations.

Organizers of the demonstrations said that the gatherings mark the start of a potential “summer of rage” if the Supreme Court moves forward with overturning Roe v. Wade.

Despite these widespread protests, a recent poll conducted by CNN indicates that the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade is preparing Republican voters for higher turnout than Democratic voters in the upcoming midterm elections.

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