SUV flips upside down on I-5, no injuries
CHP officers at the scene of an SUV that flipped on I-5. No one was hurt. photo for The Signal, by Rick McClure.
By Jim Holt
Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

An SUV flipped upside down on Interstate 5  may have looked bad to passing motorists but emergency response crews found no one trapped or injured in the incident.

Shortly before 1:20 p.m. Wednesday officers with the California Highway Patrol and firefighters with the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a traffic collision on the northbound lanes of I-5, just south of Magic Mountain Parkway.

They found one white SUV upside down, with all of its occupants out of the vehicle.

“We had a report of possible persons trapped,” Fire Specialist Randall Wright.  “Nobody was trapped and nobody was taken to the hospital.:

jholt @signalscv.com

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CHP officers at the scene of an SUV that flipped on I-5. No one was hurt. photo for The Signal, by Rick McClure.

SUV flips upside down on I-5, no injuries

An SUV flipped upside down on Interstate 5  may have looked bad to passing motorists but emergency response crews found no one trapped or injured in the incident.

Shortly before 1:20 p.m. Wednesday officers with the California Highway Patrol and firefighters with the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a traffic collision on the northbound lanes of I-5, just south of Magic Mountain Parkway.

They found one white SUV upside down, with all of its occupants out of the vehicle.

“We had a report of possible persons trapped,” Fire Specialist Randall Wright.  “Nobody was trapped and nobody was taken to the hospital.:

jholt @signalscv.com

661-287-5527

On Twitter @jamesarthurholt