By CBS13 Staff

YOLO COUNTY (CBS13) — A big rig’s cab ended up hanging off the side of the Yolo Bypass in a scary crash early Friday afternoon.

The crash happened a little after 12:30 p.m. along northbound Interstate 5, just west of the Sacramento River.

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The big rig’s cab ended up hanging precariously off the side of the Yolo Bypass. (Credit: Caltrans)

Exactly what the to the big rig crashing is unclear, but the moment of impact was caught on video by a Caltrans traffic camera. The big rig’s cab could be clearly seen hanging precariously off the Yolo Bypass after it slammed into the guardrail.

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California Highway Patrol says there were no injuries in the crash, but two people did have to be rescued.

The crash did cause a traffic nightmare for commuters trying to get from Sacramento to Woodland. Both lanes of the bypass were closed for most of early Friday afternoon.

One lane was reopened by 3 p.m. Caltrans is still working to open the second lane.

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Drivers should expect heavy congestion throughout the area, Caltrans says.