Injuries Sustained in Multi-Car Crash on 91 Freeway [Corona, CA]

Injuries Sustained in Multi-Car Crash on 91 Freeway [Corona, CA]

Injuries Sustained in Multi-Car Crash on 91 Freeway [Corona, CA]

Three Vehicles Involved in Collision near Serfas Club Drive

 
CORONA, CA (February 1, 2019) – Injuries were sustained in a multi-car crash on westbound 91 Freeway, Friday morning.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision took place at approximately 8:51 AM, just west of Serfas Club Drive. Based on their report, three vehicles were involved in the incident. The parties were identified as a gray car, a minivan and an unknown vehicle.
 
The paramedics were called for needed medical attention. They confirmed that there were multiple injuries due to impact. A woman was transported to UCI Health Medical Center along with her three kids. No report was released regarding the victims’ conditions.
 
The Serfas Club Drive on-ramp was closed while rescue and clearing took place in the area. The cause of the pile-up is currently under investigation, and additional information will be disclosed to the public, once it becomes available.
 
Many cases of negligence and distracted driving lead to multi-car crashes. Never commit such driving mistakes and always exercise precautions. It is important to drive cautiously and abide by all driving laws to ensure your safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles, motorists, and pedestrians.


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