DUI Driver Suspected In Two Fatal Crashes In Woodland Hills

DUI Driver Suspected In Two Fatal Crashes In Woodland Hills

According to authorities, the driver of the terrible collision that killed two persons in Woodland Hills on Tuesday night is suspected of being under the influence. The accident happened in the 23100 block of West Mulholland Drive at Valmar Road around 9 p.m.

According to Lt. Matthew Bielski of the Valley Traffic Division of the Los Angeles Police Department, the first investigation indicates that the driver of a Toyota Camry rear-ended a Ford Mustang while it was moving east on Mulholland at a high rate of speed, igniting both cars.

Firefighters were able to put out the fires quickly. However, the two people inside the Mustang could not receive medical attention and passed away at the site, according to LAFD.

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The male driver of the Toyota Camry, who was described as being in his 20s, managed to get out of the car. Paramedics examined him, and out of an abundance of caution, he was sent to the hospital. Later, according to LAPD Officer Madison, the unnamed driver was detained on suspicion of DUI.