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19 May 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

VAN NUYS: Fiery 3-Car Crash at Vanowen and Sepulveda

Van Nuys car crash Vanowen and SepulvedaVAN NUYS (May 19th, 2016)- A fiery car crash occurred early Thursday morning at the intersection of Vanowen and Sepulveda, per KTLA 5 News.

Police officials informed reporters that the collision which involved three vehicles involved two sedans and a minivan.

A reporter disclosed that one of the sedans struck the second sedan which then hit the minivan.

Several parties were injured requiring transportation to local Los Angeles County hospitals.

Preliminary investigation efforts point to the collision likely involving either a DUI driver and or a street race.

Both blood and sobriety tests were being given at the crash site.

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