Five Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision on 5 Freeway [Lost Hills, CA]

Five Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision on 5 Freeway [Lost Hills, CA]

Five Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision on 5 Freeway [Lost Hills, CA]

Five Hospitalized in Car Crash in Lost Hills

 
LOST HILLS, CA (December 26, 2018) – On Wednesday morning, five people were injured in a multi-vehicle collision on the 5 Freeway. The identities of the victims have not yet been released to the public.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the accident occurred around 9:50 AM just south of Main Drain Road.
 
As per reports, there was stop-and-go traffic when a vehicle that had been speeding hit the car ahead of them, causing a chain reaction accident. A total of five vehicles were involved in the accident.
 
Paramedics stated a 74-year-old man sustained moderate injuries while his 75-year-old female passenger suffered major injuries, while an 81-year-old driver also sustained major injuries. They were all transported to Kern Medical Center. Their current medical conditions are unclear at this time.
 
A 45-year-old man and a 49-year-old woman, both drivers, suffered minor injuries and were not transported to a hospital. A 53-year-old male driver was not injured in the incident. No other injuries were reported in the accident.
 
No further details have been disclosed, as the investigation continues.
 
When behind the wheel, make sure to pay attention to your surroundings for other motorist, cyclist and pedestrians. By driving safely and cautiously you can prevent dangerous accidents on the road.


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