A multi-vehicle crash in Tustin Sunday along the Santa Ana (5) Freeway has sent at least one person to a hospital with unknown injuries.
The collision, which occurred at 2:15 a.m. near the Red Hill Avenue onramp, according to California Highway Patrol logs, ensnared several vehicles and left debris strewn across the freeway.
At 2:21 a.m., the Orange County Fire Authority was alerted, OCFA spokesperson Capt. Ben Gonzales said.
When crews arrived, they found four to five vehicles involved, Gonzales said.
Video from the scene showed at least one person was taken to a local hospital for medical treatment.
A blue Porsche, a Honda sedan and a Mini Cooper Countryman were among the vehicles with extensive damage.
As of 4:30 a.m., CHP officers were at a local hospital awaiting the results of a blood test, and the total number of vehicles involved in the pile-up had grown to eight or nine, a dispatcher in the agency’s Orange County office said.