Three people were transported to the hospital after two vehicles collided on the southbound side of Highway 14 north of the Soledad Canyon Road exit Friday afternoon, temporarily blocking traffic.
Los Angeles County Fire Department first responders were called to the scene at 2:12 p.m. Friday after a call of a two-vehicle collision was received. Firefighters arrived shortly after 2:25 p.m., according to Jonathan Matheny, L.A. County Fire public information officer.
Matheny added two additional ambulances were dispatched to the scene, totaling to three ambulances requested by first responders. He added the nature of the passengers’ injuries were not known.
The collision blocked the second and third lane of the southbound side of the freeway, but the freeway was reopened as of 3 p.m., according to officer Tony Polizzi with the California Highway Patrol.