A high-speed three-vehicle crash that left at least one car on its side on the Harbor (110) Freeway in South Los Angeles temporarily shut down several freeway lanes. Photo via OnScene.TV.
A high-speed three-vehicle crash that left at least one car on its side on the Harbor (110) Freeway in South Los Angeles temporarily shut down several freeway lanes. Photo via OnScene.TV.

A high-speed three-vehicle crash that left at least one car on its side on the Harbor (110) Freeway in South Los Angeles temporarily shut down several freeway lanes Thursday morning, the California Highway Patrol reported.

The collision took place on the southbound 110 Freeway just north of Century Boulevard about 1:45 a.m., CHP Officer Francisco Villalobos said. At least one car overturned onto its roof, he said.

There was no immediate word on injuries. Speed appears to have been a factor in the crash, according to the CHP.

The collision shut down the three right lanes on the 110. Those lanes were cleared and the freeway reopened around 3 a.m., according to the CHP.

The crash remained under investigation, Villalobos said.

—City News Service

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