3 Injured, 2 Seriously, in Valley Village Crash on West Magnolia Boulevard
Los Angeles, California (August 8, 2021) – Three people were injured, two seriously, following a traffic collision in the Valley Village neighborhood in Los Angeles Sunday morning, authorities said.
According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the major-injury crash was reported at around 10:29 a.m. in the 12430 block of West Magnolia Boulevard.
Two vehicles collided for unknown reasons on West Magnolia Boulevard, authorities said.
The impact caused one of the vehicles to overturn.
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Firefighters along with the paramedics responded to the scene and extricated one person who was trapped in the overturned vehicle.
A total of three people were injured as a result of the crash. Two of them suffered major injuries, while the third victim had minor injuries.
Magnolia Boulevard between Whitsett Avenue and Laurel Canyon Boulevard was closed due to the collision.
No further details about the crash were immediately provided.
The accident remains under investigation.
Tips on What to do after a Car Accident in California
- Always stop and remain at the scene.
- Check if you or your passengers have been injured. In case someone is hurt, call emergency services or ask someone else to help.
- Get to safety – If your car is drivable, move it to a safe area. If it’s not, turn your hazard lights on and set up flares.
- Call 911 to report the accident.
- Never discuss or admit fault. Instead, wait for a police officer and insurance companies representatives to figure out the fault.
- Document the accident and exchange information with other drivers.
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