Four vehicles, including a party bus, were involved in a chain collision on Highway 101 near Redwood City on Sunday morning, leaving one person dead and 10 others with injuries, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The collisions occurred at about 2 a.m. after the driver of a red Honda Coupe traveling southbound apparently lost control of the vehicle and collided with the center divider. The vehicle became disabled. It is unclear how two other vehicles -- a silver Honda Civic and black Lexus, became involved, but officials believe a 1998 Ford party bus collided with the red Honda.
The passenger of the red Honda was pronounced dead at the scene, and its driver was transported to Stanford Hospital. Nine other people, most from the party bus, were transported to Stanford Hospital and San Francisco General Hospital. Their descriptions of their injuries ranged from moderate to minor injuries.
US-101 was closed to southbound traffic for approximately two hours and traffic was diverted at Broadway to city streets during the on scene investigation with minimal effect on traffic.
Any witnesses to the collision are urged to contact Officer Galindo at (650) 369-6261.