Motorcycle Crash on 10 Freeway Near 110 Freeway Causes Minor Injuries

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Los Angeles, CA (August 1, 2019) – A motorcycle crash in Los Angeles has caused minor injuries. The accident occurred on the morning of August 1 on the 10 Freeway.

A motorcycle and another vehicle collided on the 10 Freeway near the 110 Freeway. An ambulance arrived to the treat the victims, who suffered minor injuries. 

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