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One Killed, One Patient Transported In Three-Vehicle Santa Clarita Crash 

One person was killed and one person was transported to the hospital in a three-vehicle Santa Clarita crash on Thursday, officials said. 

UPDATE: Santa Clarita Man Killed In Soledad Canyon Crash Identified

UPDATE (7:55 p.m.): Soledad Canyon Road is closed for an unknown duration as law enforcement investigates the crash and works to clear the wreckage. Road closures are currently in place between River Circle and Lost Canyon Road on Soledad Canyon Road in Canyon Country as a result of the fatal collision.

The Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station is advising the public to find alternate routes, according to Sheriff’s officials on Twitter.

Around 5:40 p.m. Thursday, emergency responders received reports of a traffic collision with persons trapped on the 17000 block of Soledad Canyon Road in front of Canyon Country Park in Santa Clarita, according Jeremy Stafford, a dispatch supervisor with the Los Angeles County Fire Department. 

One person was killed and two other patients were transported to the hospital as a result of the crash, according to Fire officials.

The extent of all other injuries sustained had not been made available as of 6 p.m. Thursday. 

As of 6:20 p.m., Soledad Canyon Road was closed for an unknown duration, according to officials on scene. 

Ed. Note: This is a breaking news story, more information will be added as it becomes available.

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One Killed, One Patient Transported In Three-Vehicle Santa Clarita Crash 

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  1. More accidents caused by “Big Pipe Ricky Racers” or Cell Phone Addicts!?!? The ultra slow timed stop lights are making drivers very anxious!

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Born and raised in Santa Clarita, Rachel Matta has always had a love for writing and media. The first time she ever smiled was actually while she was laying next to her mom as she flipped through the pages of a magazine. Upon graduating from high school in 2019, she chose to major in both journalism and political science at College of the Canyons with the intention of concentrating in news reporting. She began her journey at KHTS as a news intern in the summer of 2020 and officially joined the newsroom in the spring of 2021, intending to move forward with compassion and inquisition.