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One Hospitalized After Being Trapped In Rollover Valencia Crash

One person was sent to the hospital Thursday evening after they became trapped in their vehicle after a rollover Valencia crash, officials said.

BREAKING: One person trapped in crash at Orchard Village and Wiley Canyon

BREAKING: One person trapped in Dodge Challenger rollover crash at Orchard Village Road and Wiley Canyon Road. Fire crews are working to extricate one occupant.

Posted by Austin Dave on Thursday, August 13, 2020

 

Around 11:25 p.m. Thursday, first responders received reports of a traffic collision on Wiley Canyon Road just north of Orchard Village Road, said Christian Chavez, a dispatch supervisor for the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

“It was a single-vehicle rollover with entrapment,” Chavez said.

Firefighters were able to use specialty tools to extricate the victim, according to officials on scene.

“One person was transported to the hospital,” Chavez said.

The condition of the patient is unknown as of Friday morning, according to Fire officials.

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One Hospitalized After Being Trapped In Rollover Valencia Crash

2 comments

  1. Oh, look, yet another Dodge Charger being driven recklessly with disastrous results. Sports and pony cars can be a lot of fun, but you have to know your limits.
    Does everyone know there’s a race track close to Santa Clarita? Willow Springs is just 35 miles north, and they have a drag strip, oval track, drift pads, etc. It’s affordable, fun, and most of all SAFE. They also offer driving instruction to teach you how to get the most out of your sports or pony car… including how to prevent rollovers on a residential street.
    In a just society this driver would lose their license for a year so they can contemplate the consequences of their recklessness. If you’re driving such that you roll your car, then you could easily kill a pedestrian or another driver.

    • Yeah TAP, you’re right. Wasn’t a Charger, but a Challenger tho. What a waste of American Muscle. I watch them blow by me at the green light, only to slowly downshift at the red light they beat me to. Lots of dumbasses out there who don’t know how to drive. They think they are the privileged few… until you die in an accident they created.

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Louie was born and raised in Santa Clarita. At the age of two Louie lost his vision due to a brain tumor. However, Louie doesn't let blindness stop him from doing what ever it is he wants to accomplish. Growing up some of his favorite hobbies were wood working, fishing and riding bikes. Louie graduated from College of the Canyon in December of 2017, with a Broadcast Journalism degree. Growing up Louie has always wanted to be a fire fighter or a police officer, but because of his blindness Louie knew that wouldn't work. Louie has always loved listening to police and fire radio traffic, using a scanner, and he figured if he was going to listen to the scanner so much, he should do something with it.