CORONA, California (February 17, 2016) — A major traffic jam resulted following a crash Wednesday morning between a white big rig truck and two cars on the eastbound State Route 91 Riverside Freeway at Serfas Club Drive, a California Highway Patrol report said.
The crash was reported at 10:26 a.m. and was blocking the HOV and Nos. 1, 2 and 3 lanes. One of the cars was up against the guardrail and the second was blocking the HOV lane. The vehicles were a gray Volkswagen Passat and a gray Nissan Altima.
Paramedics with the Corona Fire Department were dispatched to the scene, but they were having a difficult time getting there through the traffic, but those hurt in the crash were eventually transported to local hospitals for treatment of undisclosed injuries.
Police issued a SigAlert for the crash as it was taking some time to remove the vehicles including the semi tractor trailer truck which was leaking fuel and had a front axle completely broken off, the report said.
A full investigation into liability for the crash is underway by police.
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