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Fatal crash on 110 Freeway jams traffic in both directions

York A fiery three-car crash that killed at least one person is backing up traffic Friday evening in both directions of the 110 Freeway, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Authorities said the accident, which caused one car to burst into flames, occurred about 5 p.m. in two of the three southbound lanes near York Boulevard.

One vehicle involved in the crash drove off, witnesses said.


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Image: Map shows location of a fatal crash on the 110 Freeway. Source: Google Maps

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