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Vehicle Collision on LA Freeway Traced to Projectile Attack

LOS ANGELES, CA — A series of car incidents were reported early Thursday after authorities stated a homeless individual was spotted hurling stones onto the 110 Freeway in South Los Angeles, leading to a motorcycle crash alongside vehicular damage.

The disturbance unfolded about 3:30 a.m. on the northbound lanes near the intersection of the 110 Freeway and 23rd Street. Law enforcement sources reported that the individual responsible for throwing rocks caused not only a collision but also resulted in numerous vehicles incurring flat tires.

Following the chaotic scene, the person in question was witnessed departing the area, heading east on 23rd Street toward Figueroa Street. The extent of the destruction brought to the vehicles and the state of the motorcyclist involved in the crash have yet to be ascertained.

In the wake of the incident, several motorists were forced to halt their travel, seeking immediate roadside assistance due to the damage inflicted on their vehicles. The California Highway Patrol actively responded to the scene as they commenced an in-depth investigation into the series of events.

Source: Patch