I-10 Lanes Reopened after Desert Hot Springs Two-Vehicle Crash

DESERT HOT SPRINGS, CA (August 25, 2021) – On Sunday, a two-vehicle crash on I-10 in Desert Hot Springs left two people injured, CHP said.

Officers responded to the incident around 7:00 P.M. at the Interstate 10 Freeway near North Indian Canyon Drive.

Upon arrival, the police discovered the two vehicles involved in the collision, engulfed in flames.

Furthermore, authorities also pointed out that one of the vehicles was blocking the first lane while the other car remained at the right-hand shoulder.

Eventually, the paramedics transported the two patients to a local hospital for treatment of minor to moderate injuries.

At the end, the Desert Hot Springs Officials reopened all the lanes on I-10 after several hours.

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