Two-Car Crash on 405 Freeway near Roscoe Boulevard [Sherman Oaks, CA]

Two-Car Crash on 405 Freeway near Roscoe Boulevard [Sherman Oaks, CA]
Two-Car Crash on 405 Freeway near Roscoe Boulevard [Sherman Oaks, CA]

Sherman Oaks Crash on 405 Freeway near Roscoe Boulevard Stalls Traffic

SHERMAN OAKS, CA (July 16, 2021) — Two cars crashed on the 405 Freeway near Roscoe Boulevard exit Tuesday afternoon in Sherman Oaks.
Based on reports released by the California Highway Patrol, the collision occurred at around 5:19 p.m. Officials called in two ambulances to render aid to the injured parties. However, the number of the people injured in the crash and the extent of injuries were not immediately available.
It was also not immediately clear whether anyone required ambulance transport fur further treatment and evaluation in a hospital.
Meanwhile, the crash forced the closure of northbound 405 Freeway. Heavy traffic was experienced all the way to 10 Freeway according to reports. Whether speed or impairment was a factor in the collision is still under investigation.
When driving, safety should always be your top priority. Buckle up for safety and keep your attention on driving at all times. Do not multitask and drive at safe speeds. Also, never operate a vehicle when impaired as this puts you at a higher risk of a fatal accident.

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