COMMERCE, Calif. (AP) — Authorities in Los Angeles County are investigating whether a crash that killed three people was caused by a motorist driving the wrong way on northbound Interstate 5.

The California Highway Patrol says the two-vehicle collision occurred shortly after 5 a.m. Sunday in Commerce.

The driver of one car and the driver and a passenger in the other died at the scene.

All northbound lanes were closed for several hours during the investigation.

The crash occurred as heavy fog blanketed greater Los Angeles.

  1. Nothing good happens after midnight on Friday/Saturday night.
    So many drunks on the road that, you’re basically asking to die by driving so late, on the nights with the highest D.U.I.

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