May 16, 2008 (by Otto Smyth)
Los Angeles car accident attorneys report that the I 5 in Santa Ana was the scene of a head-on car crash in the early morning, in the vicinity south of Slauson Avenue.
According to reports and the California Highway Patrol spokesman Officer Francisco Villalobos, the accident occurred a little after 3:00 a.m. and shut down the southbound lanes of the I 5 Freeway.
It has been reported that a man that was 27 years old who has not been identified, was driving a 2007 Toyota Yaris traveling northbound in the southbound lanes when he hit head-on a 1998 Nissan.
The 27 year old was killed in the accident as well as the female driver of the Nissan whose name has also not been released, along with a 20 year old female passenger in the Nissan.
There were also an 18 year old and 10 year old passengers in the Nissan that were injured, however the injuries were not life threatening and they were both transported to the County USC Medical Center for treatment.
The I 5 Freeway was closed till after 6:45 a.m. while the California Highway Patrol investigated the scene of the accident and they are also looking into the possibly that alcohol played a part in this deadly accident.
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