10-Car Crash on 91 Freeway at Artesia Resulted in Road Blockage

LOS ANGELES, CA (November 14, 2022) – Monday morning, a multi-car crash on 91 Freeway ended with traffic backup and road closure.

Authorities responded around 6:00 a.m. along the westbound 91 Freeway at Pioneer Boulevard.

According to reports, ten vehicles were involved in the crash, though the main cause of the crash remains unclear.

Officials said it is unknown if there are injuries in the crash. Moreover, the incident temporarily blocked the affected areas and officials urged motorists to use alternate routes to avoid the wreck.

At this time, Los Angeles police officials have not released any additional information.

However, an active investigation into the multi-vehicle crash on 91 Freeway is underway and more information will be released once available.

One small driving mistake can lead to multi-vehicle accidents. That is why it is important to always keep your attention on the road and your surroundings when you’re behind the wheel. Always anticipate what other drivers might do, especially on a highway, a freeway, an interchange, or a service road. Also, do not put yourself and your passengers in danger by speeding and taking shortcuts. By driving defensively and always abiding by all traffic laws, you can help avoid accidents like the crash on the 91 Freeway.

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