Authorities called for an ambulance after a motorcycle and two other vehicles crashed on the San Diego Freeway in Los Angeles
Three lanes of traffic were blocked and an ambulance was called after a motorcycle was involved in a crash with two other vehicles on the San Diego Freeway north of Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles at approximately 12:20 PM on Monday according to California Highway Patrol incident logs.
The driver of the motorcycle was found down in the HOV lane after a collision involving a red sedan and a black sedan according to the report. Three lanes of the Northbound San Diego Freeway were blocked as Los Angeles Fire Department and an ambulance arrived to treat at least one injured person.
At the time of the report, the identities of those involved in the crash are not revealed. It also unknown whether or not there were other occupants in the vehicles involved in the crash.
The investigation into this traffic accident is still ongoing. Further details regarding this crash will be made available to the public as it becomes available.
We of the May Firm are saddened at the news of this crash. We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the victims of this accident.
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