IRVINE, CALIFORNIA (March 22, 2016) – A driver was trapped and died inside a vehicle that was ablaze on northbound Highway 133 early Wednesday morning, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.
The accident happened at around 1:28 a.m. near 5 Freeway.
Preliminary record stated that authorities responded to an emergency call requesting for help on the roadway.
Upon arrival at the scene, they have located a white pickup truck that slammed against insinuators and the center divider.
The force from the impact caused fire to spark and grow until the vehicle was fully engulfed.
The CHP log mentioned that a driver was trapped during the fiery collision, but later it was learned that the person died in the crash.
Further, it was not disclosed if there were other passengers inside the wreckage.
Authorities continue to gather more reports on the case before releasing news to the public.
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