Multi-Vehicle Pileup near Main Street Resulted Left Three Injured

IRVINE, CA (June 7, 2023) – Friday afternoon, three people were sent to a hospital following a multi-car collision on Jamboree Road.

Based on the report, the incident occurred around 2:20 p.m. at Jamboree Road and Main Street in the city of Irvine.

Responding officials claimed that at least four or five vehicles were involved in the wreck. Photos from the scene revealed a heavily damaged white SUV that’s rolled onto its side. Meanwhile, three other vehicles received rear-end damages.

Additionally, Orange County fire units extricated two patients from the wreckage. Paramedics transported three people to a hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.

At this time, Irvine Officials are working to determine the circumstances surrounding the multi-traffic collision. Authorities closed the southbound Jamboree Road between Kelvin Avenue and Main Street for at least two hours to investigate.

Irvine Officials are asking anyone with further information about the multi-vehicle pile-up to contact them as soon as possible.

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