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Pursuit Suspect Hospitalized After High-Speed Rollover Crash, Dog Also In Vehicle

A high-speed pursuit ended Wednesday with a rollover crash involving a suspect and their dog on the 14 Freeway in Agua Dulce. 

At around 8:30 p.m, California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers attempted to catch up to a vehicle going over 120 miles per hour on the 14 Freeway, per initial reports.

Minutes later the vehicle, at a high rate of speed, rolled over on an embankment off the northbound 14 Freeway at Escondido Canyon Road, according to CHP. 

Officers worked to detain the suspect at gunpoint and called the Los Angeles County Fire Department as the suspect was reported to have been “severely injured.”

The female suspect is reported to have suffered head trauma and possible broken ribs, according to CHP.

A dog was also inside the car, according to CHP.  

The suspect was transported to the hospital, according to supervisor Miguel Ornealas with the Los Angeles County Fire Department. As of 9 p.m. Wednesday no information is known as to the condition of the suspect or the dog. 

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

 


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Pursuit Suspect Hospitalized After High-Speed Rollover Crash, Dog Also In Vehicle

9 comments

  1. You Go Girl!
    She was having a bad hair day, while talking on her cell with her bff.

  2. Fer Sure Fer Sure followed by more Vocal Fry! Oh My Goyoodd, Absolutely———-

  3. Okay so has there been any info on the high speed chase with a woman man an dog off of the 14 freeway Santa Clarita ?? Please if anybody knows to who those people were plz let me know on here. Thank you

  4. Im sorry I don’t understand why you say that i will get a knock on my door . an my Twin Brother . which I DONT think it is but Im trying everything to find out

  5. Tasha, is your brother known to drive at 120 MPH often?

  6. No actually not ever but its just he had been with a girl an a dog the day before or few days before an that alert caught the corner of my eye an i second glanced it which I usually dont so I wasnt sure if it could of been also a twin connection. Which I know you might oh twin connection right . but ive had those kinds of feeling an it be right the few times an dont get me wrong ive also had it two times where I was just tripping. To answer your question no he doesnt do that ever .

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About Linsey Towles

Linsey Towles was born in Redondo and has lived in Santa Clarita for 15 years. She is currently a freshman and journalism major at College of the Canyons and graduated from Saugus High School in 2021, where she was heavily involved in the journalism program and newspaper. She began as an intern at KHTS in Fall 2020 and was hired in June as staff writer for the news team where she covers breaking and feature news.