WESTMINSTER, California (Nov. 6, 2013) – A white pickup truck rolled over onto its side in the slow lane after a collision with another driver early Wednesday morning on the southbound Interstate 5 freeway at S. Euclid Street off ramp, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.
About 6 a.m., CHP responded to the rollover crash involving two drivers with the second in a green GMC Jimmy blocking the No. 1 lane. Tow trucks were required for both vehicles. A third utility truck had pulled over, but police were not sure if it was involved in the crash or if the driver had pulled over to assist the others.
Paramedics responded to the crash, but the report did not indicate whether anyone was transported to hospital. No injuries were disclosed.
CHP issued a SigAlert for about 45 minutes, but the No. 1 lane reopened about 6:20 a.m.
“Rollover collisions often result in whiplash, back pain and other soft-tissue injuries that may not immediately present themselves, but a day later a person can be in excruciating pain,” said Attorney West Seegmiller. “It’s best to seek help immediately for this type of injury and contact an Orange County personal injury lawyer.”