The rain showers throughout Southern California have left dozens of motorists stranded and injured because of crashes and spin-outs all day on Wednesday.

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The first SigAlert was issued at just before 5:30 a.m. when a vehicle overturned on the southbound 55 near the connector to the 73. The road reopened at 6 a.m.

California Highway Patrol officer Gabe Montoya said that problems seemed to be clearing up at about 7 a.m.

“The frequency of collisions has gone down to a more normal level for this time of day,” Montoya said.

The CHP advised drivers to slow down and to leave extra room between vehicles to compensate for the limited visibility and wet roads.

Other crashes were reported throughout the area, including:

  • A vehicle swerved off the road into the bushes near the Magnolia Street on-ramp to the eastbound 22 at 6:30 a.m.
  • A Chevy Tahoe crashed into a right shoulder-fence on the northbound I-5 just south of Jamboree Road at about 6:05 a.m. No injuries were reported.
  • Traffic was tied up near the Harbor Boulevard on-ramp on the northbound I-5 at 6 a.m. after a truck went off an embankment there.
  • A vehicle spun out on the westbound 91 west of Knott Avenue at about 4:45 a.m.

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