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Traffic collision injures two people in Santa Clarita

Posted: October 2, 2016 11:06 a.m.
Updated: October 2, 2016 11:06 a.m.
A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal
A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal
A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal
A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal
A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal
A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway injured two people Saturday night. Rick McClure/For the Signal
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A two-vehicle collision on Newhall Avenue and North Sierra Highway sent one vehicle into a nearby bus stop, possibly injuring a pedestrian, officials said.

“(It was) vehicle versus pedestrian,” said Lt. Rob Hahnlein of the SCV Sheriff’s Station.

Two people were injured and transported to a local hospital according to the L.A. County Fire Department.

The collision was reported at 7:18 p.m. near a Chevron station.

Both the SCV Sheriff’s Station and L.A. County Fire Department responded.

The accident was cleared at 8:23 p.m. according to L.A. County Fire Department.

 

 

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