One person was injured in a four-vehicle, chain-reaction crash Tuesday on southbound Highway 29 north of Yountville between Dwyer Road and Oakville Grade.
No one was transported for medical treatment via ambulance in the 3:35 p.m. accident, said California Highway Patrol Officer Jaret Paulson.
However, one of the drivers, Hector Reyes, 30, of Napa, complained of pain and was taken to the hospital by co-workers from his employer, Paradise Pool Co.
Reyes, the second motorist in line in the chain-reaction, was driving a Paradise Pool Co. Ford Ranger pick-up truck at the time of the crash.
"The window (of the truck cab) was broken," a co-worker said. "He got sandwiched in there pretty good."
According to CHP Officer Patrick Ensley, a white Honda Odyssey van driven by Rebecca Feeney, 38, of St. Helena failed to stop when traffic slowed down and it collided with the rear of the Paradise Pool Co. truck.
The impact forced the pool company truck into a older-model red Nissan sedan driven by Jose Ayala, 42, of Napa. Ayala's sedan was then pushed into a later-model navy blue Nissan driven by Ponciano Jimenez, 60, of Vallejo.
Four young children who were passengers in the Honda van appeared unhurt and calm as they rested by the side of the highway. None of the other vehicles had passengers, Ensley said.
All four vehicles were towed away, he added. No citations were issued.