5 people were hurt, two of them severely, in an I-5 accident at Alicia Parkway around eleven-thirty a.m. Tuesday, Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Marc Stone stated.
Traffic lanes have been reopened following the actual four-car incident that sent four people to the hospital, Stone said.
The California Highway Patrol is now investigating, Stone stated. Motor vehicles have been relocated to the right-hand lane, but traffic may possibly even now end up being slower.
Witnesses observed motor vehicles “fly through the air,” according to CHP logs.
The initial record was of a white-colored pickup truck crashing with a Toyota Sports utility vehicle. The truck “flipped multiple times,” said CHP logs. Stone verified that the pickup truck flipped “at the very least once.”
At 11:49 a.m., CHP noted just about all southbound traffic ceased beginning at Lake Forest Blvd.
The fire department blocked the two right lanes and the carpool lane at 11:52 a.m.