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Nine People Injured in Moreno Valley 60 Freeway Crash

Nine People Injured in Moreno Valley 60 Freeway Crash

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MORENO VALLEY – Nine people were transported by ambulance after a 60 freeway crash in the Moreno Valley area on Saturday.  Emergency personnel responded to the report of the five-vehicle crash at approximately 2:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 17, 2016. Upon arrival to the collision, on the eastbound 60 freeway just west of Day Street, they located the vehicles with minor to major damage.

At least one patient was determined to be trapped in the vehicle, requiring extrication. Being that there were many injured patients, an MCI-Multi-Casualty Incident response was initiated. A total of nine patients were transported by American Medical Response (AMR) with injuries ranging from minor to major. The cause of the collision remains under investigation by the California Highway Patrol.

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