An SUV traveling northbound on I-405 just south of Beach Boulevard overturned early Sunday, California Highway Patrol officials said.
The SUV was in the slowest lane when it flipped on its side shortly after 2 a.m., according to a CHP dispatcher. No information was available later Sunday about the cause of the crash or how many people were in the vehicle.
Six people were transported to UC Irvine Medical center with minor injuries.
CHP officers closed a couple of lanes for about half an hour.
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Story via OC Register: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/suv-728646-people-beach.html