Multi-Car Collision on Laguna Hills Left One Injured
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA (November 2, 2021) – At least one person sustained injuries on Tuesday after a multi-car crash in Laguna Hills.
The incident took place in Laguna Hills, near the La Paz Road off-ramp around in the afternoon of October 26.
According to reports, three vehicles were involved in the crash but the main circumstances surrounding the collision remain unknown.
Responding officers located one person with injuries.
As a result of the crash, officials shut down the area for cleanup and investigation and issued a SigAlert for several hours.
At this time, the CHP did not have any information about the condition of the victim, however an active investigation is underway.
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