Five cars were involved in a car accident this morning on the southbound 57 freeway. The collision was reported to the California Highway Patrol at 8 a.m. this morning near Chapman Avenue. The California Highway Patrol has reported that the first accident caused a chain reaction that eventually involved five vehicles.
The first collision happened when the driver of a BMW X5 rear-ended a Chrysler Sebring, which then collided with an Acura TL, a Toyota Corolla, and then with a Toyota Tacoma. Within five minutes, the cars had pulled over to the shoulder of the freeway. However, traffic was still slowed as the fire department and the police tried to reach the stranded vehicles. The driver of the Sebring was examined at the scene, but was not taken to a hospital.
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