A firefighter extinguishes flames from a big rig that crashed into the south steps of the Capitol and burst into flames on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2001. The driver was killed in the crash, which took place just as the Assembly was adjourning for the night. The crash prompted security upgrades at the Capitol.
A firefighter extinguishes flames from a big rig that crashed into the south steps of the Capitol and burst into flames on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2001. The driver was killed in the crash, which took place just as the Assembly was adjourning for the night. The crash prompted security upgrades at the Capitol. Sacramento Bee file
A firefighter extinguishes flames from a big rig that crashed into the south steps of the Capitol and burst into flames on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2001. The driver was killed in the crash, which took place just as the Assembly was adjourning for the night. The crash prompted security upgrades at the Capitol. Sacramento Bee file

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