Crash shuts down northbound 110 Freeway in Highland Park

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A crash on the 110 Freeway temporarily shut down all northbound lanes in Highland Park early Friday morning.

A crash on the 110 Freeway temporarily shut down all northbound lanes in Highland Park early Friday morning.

The wreck occurred near Avenue 43 around 6:30 a.m. and resulted in a hard closure.

The California Highway Patrol reopened one lane around 7 a.m., but traffic remained heavy in the area. All lanes were reopened by 8 a.m.

It was not known if anyone was injured.

Emergency crews were having a hard time getting to the scene of the crash, because the stretch of freeway does not have a shoulder.

Southbound traffic was impacted as well due to onlookers.

The crash was one of several across the Southland, which saw early morning drizzle resulting in slick roadways.

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