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24May/13Off

Major Collision on the 405 Freeway

English: Santa Monica Freeway at the interchan...

English: Santa Monica Freeway at the interchange with Freeway 405, near Santa Monica, Los Angeles, California (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A big rig and another vehicle crashed into each other today, creating a massive traffic jam for this morning’s commuters. Though no injuries were reported, the accident was certainly serious.

The big rig that was hit was carrying 700 gallons of fuel. When the second vehicle collided with the truck, the entirety of that fuel spilled over the freeway. The spill spread across two miles of highway and consequently blocked three lanes of traffic on the northbound 405.

The accident occurred in West Los Angeles, around Waterford Street and Sepulveda Boulevard in Brentwood. In addition to the lane blockage at Montana Street, the onramps of Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard were closed for hours after the accident.

Around 6:00 a.m. the collision occurred. The onramps and lanes were expected to be reopened fully at about 8:30 a.m. as stated by California Highway Patrol.

No injuries have been reported from the accident; however, traffic was hellish. It is important to be vigilant if you are found in situations like these as heavy traffic can create additional collisions.

Accidents are scary and inconvenient no matter how minor they are. Whether you or a passenger suffered major injuries or simply your car received a few dents, there are many steps that you must take to right each infraction. To ensure that you are completing each task correctly and receiving the best possible compensation, recruit a member of the Accident Attorneys’ Group. He/she will work with you to file claims, to find medical assistance and to receive appropriate repayment for the damages suffered.

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