A head-on collision Wednesday night on Highway 29 north of Napa seriously injured two people and partially blocked the roadway, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The crash occurred shortly before 7:23 p.m., near the Oak Knoll Road intersection, the CHP reported on its website. A driver in an Acura was headed the wrong way in the northbound lanes when it struck a southbound minivan, causing extensive damage to both vehicles the agency said.
Two occupants suffered what the CHP described as major injuries and were evacuated from the scene by air ambulance, according to the highway patrol.
The agency shut down northbound Highway 29 after the crash, then reopened the roadway at 9:15 p.m.