October 23, 2014
Two people are dead in a fiery three-vehicle Los Angeles freeway crash that shut down northbound lanes of the Harbor Freeway for hours before dawn.
The crash was reported just before 2 a.m. just south of Manchester Avenue.
The California Highway Patrol and firefighters found a Ford Mustang on fire and debris littering travel lanes.
Fire spokesman Brian Humphrey says a man and woman died in the burning car.
The driver of a sport utility vehicle involved in the crash was taken to California Hospital Medical Center with minor injuries.
The driver of a minivan also involved in the crash wasn't hurt.
All northbound freeway lanes were reopened at about 5:30 a.m.
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