Long Beach, CA- 3 Drivers Injured In A 3-Vehicle Crash
3 drivers were injured in a 3-vehicle crash in Long Beach, CA on Tuesday morning, September 17, 2019. The crash involved a big rig, Toyota Corolla, and a BMW. The big rig was reportedly hauling a carnival ride overturned during a crash on the 605 Freeway. The accident happened on the southbound side of the freeway a few minutes before 1:30 am when the big rig hit a Toyota Corolla, close to Willow Street. The big rig then rolled over, and hit a BMW travelling in a separate lane. The drivers of the Corolla and BMW were treated at a hospital for minor injuries. The driver of the big rig sustained minor injuries also, but refused to receive medical treatments for his injuries.
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