BUENA PARK, CA – One Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on 5 Freeway at Auto Center Drive

BUENA PARK, CA - One Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on 5 Freeway at Auto Center Drive

BUENA PARK, CA – One Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on 5 Freeway at Auto Center Drive

Deadly 4-Vehicle Wreck on 5 Freeway in Buena Park

 
BUENA PARK, CA (December 31, 2018) – One person was killed following a multi-vehicle collision Monday morning on 5 Freeway in Buena Park.
 
The fatal collision happened around 4:50 a.m. on the northbound direction of 5 Freeway at Auto Center Drive off-ramp.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, a yellow Isuzu SUV hit a stalled blue sedan before hitting the right shoulder wall of the freeway. A black BMW also struck the wall and a silver Honda Insight attempting to avoid the collision was struck by a green Toyota 4 Runner, but both vehicles got off the freeway at Auto Center Drive, just north of the 91 Freeway.
 
When officers arrived, they located one occupant who was trapped inside a vehicle. That person sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene by the Orange County coroner’s office.
 
A SigAlert was issued in the area, blocking all northbound lanes of 5 Freeway as well as the transition road from the westbound Riverside Freeway to the northbound Santa Ana Freeway.
 
Further details, including the identity of the victim, were not immediately available. The incident remains under investigation.


We extend our sincerest, most heart-felt condolences to the loved ones and friends of the victim.


We understand that the aftermath of losing a loved one can be extremely confusing and traumatizing. However, our office has devoted many hours to provide the best representation to our clients, making sure that bereaved families will get what they rightfully deserve. If you have lost a loved one in an accident caused by negligence of another party, do not hesitate to contact The Sweet Law Group today. We offer consultations at no charge and we have several locations throughout Northern and Southern California. Call our hotline at (800) 203-3061 for more details.