All but one of the southbound lanes of the Golden State (5) Freeway in Sun Valley were shut down early Friday morning after a FedEx truck crashed.
Traffic in the Southland is for the birds, but a pelican took it a little too far Saturday afternoon.
CHP: ‘Street Racers Attempted To Block Traffic, Cause Safety Issues To Drivers On 105 Freeway In LA’
Officers closed a portion of the 105 Freeway Sunday after street racers attempted to block traffic, which caused safety issues to other drivers last night.
A jackknifed big rig hanging over a guardrail prompted a SigAlert Tuesday afternoon for the transition road from the Riverside (91) Freeway to the Costa Mesa (55) Freeway.
A crash involving a van and a pickup truck Monday prompted the closure of the southbound Golden State (5) freeway so a medical helicopter could land at the scene.
Officers sought the public’s help Sunday with identifying a driver who fatally struck a pedestrian on the Southbound 405 Freeway overnight.
A male pedestrian was struck and killed by a motorist Saturday on the Westbound 105 Freeway in South Los Angeles.
Authorities say a woman was struck and killed by a vehicle Tuesday on the Hollywood (101) Freeway as she apparently tried to run across the roadway.
Three lanes of the eastbound Riverside (91) Freeway Wednesday were shut down due to a 10-acre brush fire, authorities said.
A 5-year-old girl was killed Thursday morning in a crash involving a tanker, two big rigs and eight other vehicles on the Pomona (60) Freeway, the California Highway Patrol said.
A man in his 50s died Sunday morning when a vehicle overturned on a freeway off-ramp in Bellflower.
California Highway Patrol has issued a SigAlert in Pasadena after a big rig jackknifed on the westbound 210 Freeway at Wheatland Avenue, causing fuel to spill across the roadway.
One person was killed early Wednesday morning after a dump truck collided with a sedan on the eastbound 210 Freeway.
A fatal accident involving a big rig and a car forced a major SigAlert on the Hollywood (101) Freeway Thursday morning.
As far back as 1898, traffic was already on the minds of Southern Californians.