Driver crashes into disabled car with flat tire on 405 Freeway
A woman was killed after crashing into a disabled vehicle on the 405 Freeway south of MacArthur Boulevard on Thursday, according to a recent article from MyNewsLA.
The accident occurred when a Nissan NV3500 was stopped after being disabled in the southbound lanes of traffic on the 405 Freeway south of MacArthur Boulevard, said CHP.
The woman, whose identity was withheld from the report, crashed her 1988 Honda Civic into the disabled vehicle at an unknown rate of speed, said officials. Authorities responded to the incident and pronounced the woman dead at the scene.
Furthermore, the article indicated that the driver of the Nissan, Tom Chanh Lau, 72, appeared to have escaped injury.
Currently, this crash remains under investigation as authorities work to determine the exact cause and liable party in the crash.
Further details will be reported at a later time once the investigation has concluded.
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