15 Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash That Prompted Partial Closure of 110 Freeway in Carson Area

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File photo: A CHP patrol car.

File photo: A CHP patrol car.

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Fifteen people were injured, including two critically, after a crash involving up to 10 vehicles on the northbound 110 Freeway in the Carson area on Sunday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The collision occurred shortly after 3:30 a.m. on the northbound 110 near 223rd Street, CHP’s incident log stated. The log indicated a food truck was among the vehicle that had been involved in the crash.

A SigAlert was issued, and initially all lanes of the northbound roadway were shut down. By 9 a.m., only one lane of the freeway had been reopened, the log showed.

The alert was canceled shortly after 11 a.m., and the freeway was once again open, according to CHP.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department had no additional information on the injured patients, only telling KTLA that two people were in critical condition and 13 others had sustained minor wounds.

The cause of the crash was under investigation.

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