A big rig carrying concert equipment overturned on the 10 Freeway Thursday morning after two other vehicles collided on the freeway.
Crews had to remove the concert equipment before the big rig could be towed from the freeway southeast of downtown Los Angeles ahead of the morning drive. The truck's driver told NBC4 the equipment was for a performance by Grammy winning songwriter and rapper Kendrick Lamar, who is scheduled for concert Friday at Honda Center in Anaheim.
California Highway Patrol responded to the collision around 2 a.m. and found the big rig overturned near Santa Fe Avenue. The crash caused a Sig Alert for all eastbound lanes, which are expected to remain closed until about 7 a.m.
No injuries were reported.
NBC4's Jonathan Lloyd contributed to this report.