Multi-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 10 Slows Traffic [Palm Desert, CA]

Multi-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 10 Slows Traffic [Palm Desert, CA]

Multi-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 10 Slows Traffic [Palm Desert, CA]

Multi-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 10 Slows Traffic [Palm Desert, CA]

CHP Investigate a Multi-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 10 in Palm Desert

 
Palm Desert, CA (May 27, 2021) – Thursday morning, CHP responded to a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 that snarled traffic.
 
The Palm Desert crash happened at around 6:28 a.m. on May 27.
 
The California Highway Patrol said the crash involved four vehicles collided in the westbound lanes. At least one was also then struck by a truck.
 
There is no word about the injuries at this time.
 
Moreover, one vehicle involved in the wreck was hauling approximately 22,000 pounds of live fish. A heavy-duty tow truck was then called in to remove it from the roadway.
 
Further investigation into this Interstate 10 crash is ongoing.


According to the United States Department of Transportation, there are approximately 300,000 merging accidents every year. It is therefore important to follow all the traffic laws to avoid these types of accidents.

If you find yourself unable to drive, you can always use a rideshare app instead.

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