California Highway Patrol Investigating CA-101 Collision
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (December 11, 2016) – The California Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle crash Sunday evening on the 101 freeway at Alameda Street near Little Tokyo. (map)
According to the CHP report, the vehicles involved in the accident were described as a white Chevrolet Tahoe and a gray Honda Accord.
The accident occurred at about 6:09 p.m., Sunday evening, on Highway 101 near Alameda Street in the Little Tokyo area.
The Honda sedan sustained moderate front-end damage.
Fire and paramedics arrived at the scene to provide medical attention to the injured parties. The number of people injuries in the crash was not disclosed.
The California Highway Patrol will issue a report after a thorough analysis of the evidence.
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