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1 Seriously Injured in Crash on Interstate 5 Freeway at Olive Avenue


3 Vehicles Involved in Burbank Accident 

Burbank, CA (March 19, 2020) – One person was seriously injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Burbank. The accident occurred on the morning of March 19 on Interstate 5 at Olive Avenue.

A Kia Forte SUV, a Toyota Yaris and a semi truck collided on the interstate. The driver of the big rig fled the accident scene. An occupant of the Kia suffered major injuries.

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