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VAN NUYS: Four People Injured In DUI Collision on Hazeltine Avenue

“DUI Collision”

VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA (April 14, 2017) – Four people were involved in an accident on the 6700 block of Hazeltine Avenue Friday morning, according to the KTLA News. (map)

The accident occurred at approximately 6:00 a.m. One of the individuals involved in the crash had to be extricated from the vehicle, according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart.

Rescue crews were called to the scene to aid the victims of the collision. All four men, who was reported to be in their 30’s, were transported to the hospital in critical condition. An aerial view showed a black vehicle in the front yard of a home while a white van rested on the sidewalk after a possible spin out. 35-year-old Saul Martinez was arrested on suspicion of DUI.

The details of the accident were not available. The identities of the victims involved were not yet released. An investigation is on ongoing to determine the cause of the accidnet.

“It’s unfortunate that motorists continue to drive under the influence, endangering the lives of other drivers and innocent passengers. Prayers are with the young victims, their friends and family during an incredibly difficult time,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm, a car accident law firm.”

“Injured parties are encouraged to contact an experienced and professional personal injury attorney. At Lexton Law Firm, we have your best interest in mind and will fight hard for you to obtain the compensations you deserve. Call for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury today; there is no obligation! Call us today at (877) 541-2111.


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