Truck driver killed in early morning accident on southbound Interstate 35
(July 15, 2015) An early morning truck crash north of Los Angeles left one person dead and at least 14 others injured Thursday morning.
The crash happened about 1 a.m. near the northbound entrance to Interst카지노ate 35, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
At least one vehicle was destroyed in the crash, which was also confirmed to have occurred in downtown Los Angeles at about 4:30 a.m.
At least two cars were involved in the accident, but the truck driver was not injured.
Authorities told Eyewitness News’ Tom Miller in the morning that a woman was involved in the accident. That woman did not return a call seeking comment from Miller.
Multiple reports of people driving through the intersection at high speed and ignoring lights did not get the attention they deserved during the time we had, according to fire officials.
Witnesses told Miller that, at about 3:40 a.m., drivers drove through the intersection and made a left onto I-5 near the Southbound Exit 11 ramp.
They were stopped near the exit, Miller said. About seven minutes later, a vehicle accelerated up to 200 mph on a flatbed trailer and rolled through the intersection.
At least two of the cars in the intersection were totaled, while several others were damaged, authorities said.
There were five separate reports of people 나비야 마사지driving into the intersection and not obeying lights as they passed. The same could be said about crashes involving drivers going in opposite directions of one another, officials said.
It was the second deadly accident on I-35 in less than a month — on Thursday, two drivers were killed when a truck ran a stop sign and struck them on a shoulder of the freeway, near Interstate 15 in Pomona.
Witnesses told Miller that drivers are too busy to care about things on the freeway, and were passing cars instead of taking careful precautions.
“It’s just a matter of a guy being late to get to where he 카지노 게임needs to go,” said Miller. “I have a hard time believing that’s how they were driving.”
As for the woman involved in the crash, she is in critical condition, officials said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the LAFD Traffic Division at 323-739-2535.
The National Transportation Safety Board is also investigating the accident. You can get more information at www.tsb.gov.