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Some ideas for you...
Reset your workspace. Use and customize workspaces in Premiere Pro
Trash your preferences. Press Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) while launching Premiere Pro. You can release the Alt key or Option key when the splash screen appears
Maybe try updating Premiere Pro to the latest version? When you do that go to Advance Update Options and deselect "Remove old versions" Update apps to the latest release of Adobe Creative Cloud After installing launch the latest version and then open your project from there. You'll be asked to save a new copy. This is so you can revert back to your earlier version if you need to.
I appreciate your help. I had the most recent version since I just downloaded it at home six weeks ago. There were a lot of issues when I first downloaded the software onto my PC - to get it up and running I had to contact Adobe Support; a rep remoted into my desktop computer and changed a lot of admin permissions. I was without issues for six weeks and I assumed it was going to be smooth sailing for the rest of my projects. Then I had the crashes late last night.
Resetting my workspace did the trick, I am now able to color correct my multi-camera project. Thank you!