- December 17, 2009
- In car Accident
A recent report published in the Orange County Register said that as many as nine vehicles had been involved in auto accidents on the morning of Oct. 16 on the southbound Santa Ana Freeway at Red Hill Avenue and just north at the intersection of Interstate 5 and First Street in Tustin. The multiple auto accidents left debris all over the freeway and forced emergency response personnel to close multiple lanes. The California Highway Patrol said that shortly before 6 a.m. that morning, they had received a report that a tan Nissan Maxima and another vehicle parked on the right shoulder of Interstate 5 and Red Hill.
Other accident witnesses said that a red Chevrolet SUV, a black Honda Accord and at least three other vehicles had also somehow been involved in the Tustin auto accidents according to the CHP. At 6:07 a.m., the CHP received an alert that another multi-vehicle crash had happened nearby, this time at Interstate 5 and First Street..
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