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Multiple Car Crashes Related to Latest Storm

carcrashesScattered showers made for slick roads and dangerous driving conditions across many parts of Southern California.

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Continuing scattered showers on Sunday morning made for slick roads and dangerous driving conditions across many parts of Southern California. Stefan Chase reports.

Continuing scattered showers on Sunday morning made for slick roads and dangerous driving conditions across many parts of Southern California. Stefan Chase reports.

ALTADENA (KTLA) – Continuing scattered showers on Sunday morning (Jan. 27) made for slick roads and dangerous driving conditions across many parts of Southern California.

The dangers were compounded by mist and fog in the air that reduced visibility.

The light fog extended over areas around LAX Sunday morning, but did not affect flights in or out of the region.

California Highway Patrol reported more than 100 traffic accidents in LA County overnight, with many likely due to the slick road conditions.  The number compares with 50 during a comparable period last week, with drier conditions.

Authorities said one accident on the 101 Freeway south in Tarzana near Lindley Ave. was likely due to hydroplaning on the wet roads.

In that accident, four passengers in a vehicle went over the side of the freeway and one was ejected.  All were treated for injuries and taken to area hospitals.

The rain was expected to continue is scattered sections for several hours through Sunday morning.

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