LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Four people were injured when a motorist in a white
Ford Explorer drove southbound on the northbound Pasadena (110) Freeway and
crashed head-on into a blue Toyota Prius south of Avenue 52 late Sunday, a
California Highway Patrol officer said.
One of the people had to be extracted from a vehicle, fire department
spokesman Brian Humphrey said.
All of the patients were taken to Huntington Memorial Hospital, he said.
The Explorer overturned in the 10:50 p.m. crash, CHP Officer J. Paul said.
“This collision caused major damage to both vehicles and major injuries
to involved parties,’ Paul said.
The driver of the Explorer was arrested for felony DUI, Paul said. The
collision report does not note whether the driver was a man or woman. There was
also a passenger in the Ford. There were two people in the Prius.
The two far right lanes of the freeway were closed for about 90 minutes
for the rescue and investigation.
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