1 Injured in Crash on 15 Freeway Near Lake Street

Car, Semi Truck Collide in Lake Elsinore Accident

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Lake Elsinore, CA (October 9, 2019) – One person was injured in a crash in Lake Elsinore. The accident occurred on the morning of October 9 on the 15 Freeway.

A Honda Accord and a semi truck collided on the northbound Interstate 15 Freeway, near Lake Street. One person suffered minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital. 

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