Mission Viejo Collision on I-5 Leaves One Injured

Mission Viejo Collision on I-5 Leaves One Injured

Investigators are currently working to uncover the truth behind a recent Mission Viejo collision. According to California Highway Patrol, the accident took place on Tuesday, March 7 at 10:16 AM on the northbound 5 freeway near Crown Valley Parkway.

Uncovering the Mission Viejo Collision

Police dispatch confirmed that they are still investigating the matter, as four vehicles collided for unknown reasons. Emergency crews arrived to the accident scene and aided one injured individual on scene. Additionally, a SigAlert was announced for an hour in order to close lanes 1-4. All lanes were reopened by 11:20 AM.

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