A large pileup that occurred on Interstate 5 north of Los Angeles on Saturday resulted in the deaths of two individuals and injuries to nine others, according to the police.
The accident involved as many as forty automobiles and occurred in hazy conditions.
As investigators from the California Highway Patrol sought to reconstruct components of the pileup and determine an official cause, the freeway remained closed at Millux Road, according to Tami Grimes, a spokesperson for the CHP.
During the morning hours of Saturday, Caltrans reported that the freeway was plagued by fog conditions. Calhoun reported that visibility had decreased to approximately 10 feet when rescuers arrived.