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09 June 2015 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

POMONA: Trash Truck Crashes Through Center Divider of 60 Freeway at Phillips Ranch Road

POMONA, California (June 9, 2015) — A trash truck crashed through the center divider wall and struck at least two drivers on the westbound side of the 60 Freeway Tuesday morning, just west of Phillips Ranch Road, according to a California Highway Patrol report.

The crash was reported to CHP officers about 10:49 a.m. The truck was traveling on the eastbound side of the 60 Freeway when its driver went through the center divider and the truck overturned onto its side.

Two vehicles described as a red car and a blue sedan were hit by the truck as it crashed through the middle of the freeway. Both sides of the eastbound and westbound 60 Freeway were blocked in the HOV and No. 1 lanes. Paramedics responded to help those who were hurt in the crash.

Police are investigating the cause of the incident and will issue a report with details when they are done.
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