STOCKTON (CBS13) — Authorities say a scary crash along Interstate 5 in Stockton should serve as a reminder to always be cautious when driving near big rigs.

California Highway Patrol says, Friday morning, a big rig and a sedan were involved in a crash along the northbound side of I-5 near Benjamin Holt Drive.

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Exactly what led up to the crash is unclear, but the front half of the sedan ended up crunched under the big rig’s trailer.

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Miraculously, officers say no injuries were reported.

“Remember, be cautious driving near and around Big Rig trucks as those crashes are often unforgiving,” CHP Stockton wrote in a Facebook on the crash. “Remember those large trucks CANNOT maneuver or stop the same way as passenger vehicles.”

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Traffic along northbound I-5 is significantly delayed due to the crash. Drivers should expect a backup through the rest of the morning.