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2 Injured in Crash at 710 Freeway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard


3 Vehicles Involved in Lynwood Accident

Lynwood, CA (April 28, 2020) – Two people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Lynwood. The accident occurred on the afternoon of April 28 on the 710 Freeway at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

A motorcycle, a Honda Civic and a third vehicle collided on southbound 710 Freeway at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The motorcyclist was ejected and found on the roadway. The rider suffered a broken right leg. One of the drivers complained of pain. An ambulance took both victims to a local hospital.

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