MISSION HILLS (CNS) - At least one person was injured Sunday in a crash on the San Diego (405) Freeway that sent one vehicle over the center divider and into opposing traffic, a city fire official and the California Highway Patrol said.
The crash was reported at 2:34 p.m. on the southbound 405 near Rinaldi Street, said Officer Monica Posada of the CHP.
One vehicle went through the center divider, landing in northbound lanes.
"We're not clear if these were two separate collisions or if they are related," Posada said.
Posada said there were injuries, and an ambulance was headed to the scene, but it was unknown how many people were hurt and how badly.
One far left northbound lane was blocked and two southbound far left lanes were blocked in the area as rescuers and investigators worked.
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