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Serious West Hills Crash Leaves Two Critically Injured; LAPD Probes Incident

Car accident in Los Angeles

Last night, a traffic collision in West Hills, Los Angeles, resulted in critical injuries for two individuals. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the incident took place at the address of 6618 N Fallbrook Avenue around 9:43 PM. First responders rapidly transported both victims to a nearby trauma center to receive urgent care for their life-threatening conditions.

LAFD units, including Engine 105 and Engine 305, were quickly on the scene. Thankfully, they encountered no trapped persons within the wreckage. The LAFD public alert confirmed, “Traffic collision resulting in two injured patients. Two patients are being transported in critical condition to the local trauma center.”

The Los Angeles Police Department is conducting a thorough investigation into the collision, cataloged as Incident #4227. The circumstances surrounding the crash and the identities of the individuals involved have not yet been released to the public. The scene became a hive of activity as emergency services worked diligently to manage the fallout, underscoring the perpetual risk present on the city’s thoroughfares.

A comprehensive emergency response effort ensued, involving personnel and resources from Fire Station 105, Battalion 17, and several rescue ambulances. Their urgent response, complete with the piercing sound of sirens and the brilliance of flashing lights, represented a steadfast answer to the night’s unfortunate events. According to the LAFD, the deployed units included a battalion chief, several rescue ambulances, and a

Source: Hoodline