Driver Unconscious after Car Crash on 110 Freeway [Los Angeles, CA]

Driver Unconscious after Car Crash on 110 Freeway [Los Angeles, CA]

Driver Unconscious after Car Crash on 110 Freeway [Los Angeles, CA]

Lanes Closed after Collision near Avenue 43

 
LOS ANGELES, CA (January 10, 2019) – A driver was found unconscious after a car crash on northbound 110 Freeway, Thursday morning.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision took place at approximately 5:51 AM, just north of near Avenue 43. Based on their report, a dark colored SUV was involved in the incident. It was weaving in and out of lanes before it was found in the center divider blocking the No. 1 lane after hitting the wall.
 
The paramedics were called for needed medical attention. They had not yet released a report regarding the condition of the SUV’s driver.
 
The vehicle had a flat tire during the incident. No. 1 and 2 lanes were closed while clearing and recovery operations took place in the area. An investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the accident to help identify the possible contributing factors. Additional information has yet to be released.
 
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