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Two killed on 710 Freeway in Long Beach

Two people were killed early Saturday in a car crash on the southbound 710 Freeway in Long Beach that shut down a portion of the freeway for hours, authorities said.

The crash occurred about 3 a.m. near the Del Amo Boulevard exit and involved several vehicles, including a taxi, said Officer Cheyenne Quesada.

One victim was found lying in the No. 2 lane after possibly being ejected from a gray Honda Civic.

No other information was given.


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