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Minor Injuries Involved in Crash on 91 Freeway


5 Vehicles Involved in Yorba Linda Accident 

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Yorba Linda, CA (December 17, 2019) – A crash in Yorba Linda has caused minor injuries. The accident occurred on the afternoon of December 17 on the 91 Freeway.

Five vehicles collided on the 91 Freeway. A semi truck, a motorcycle, Jeep Compass and two other vehicles were involved in the crash. Those involved suffered minor injuries.

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