AT least 12 people were reportedly killed an others hurt in a massive crash involving a big rig in California.
Emergency services responded to a "mass fatality incident" at 6.16am local time, Deputy Fire Chief Sal Flores said.
At least three others were seriously injured and were being treated in the intensive care unit, ABC7 reported.
Another vehicle, reportedly an SUV, was involved in the Tuesday morning crash.
The incident reportedly took place near the US to Mexico border.
Fifteen first responders and five fire engines initially arrived at the scene, Deputy Flores said.
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