A seven-vehicle collision resulted in two ambulances being called onto the southbound side of Interstate 5 on Friday.
The crash was first reported to the Los Angeles County Fire Department shortly before 4 p.m., near McBean Parkway.
“We got the call at 3:50 p.m. … It was a seven-car collision,” said Supervisor Ed Pickett of the Fire Department.
Although there were no critical injuries as a result of the collision, but two ambulances were dispatched to the scene, Pickett said.
The cars involved included at least one Mercedes-Benz, one Hyundai and one semi-truck blocking multiple lanes.
No SigAlert was issued by California Highway Patrol officials, but traffic was heavily delayed in the area as on the scene crews worked to clear the collision.
At 4:36 p.m., the CHP incident report reflected that all lanes had been reopened.