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Pacific Coast Highway Crash in Malibu Injures 2


Two people were injured in a crash on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu today.

The accident happened at 2:50 p.m. on PCH at Las Flores Rd. A van traveling westbound on Pacific Coast Highway was attempting to turn left at Las Flores Rd. The van slammed into a Lexus that was traveling eastbound on PCH. The accident happened in front of Duke's Restaurant.

There were eight occupants in the van. A female passenger in the van was transported to Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center for a broken wrist. The driver of the Lexus, a female, was also injured and transported to Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center.

It was not immediately known whether any of the other seven occupants in the van were injured. There were no passengers in the Lexus. Both vehicles' airbags deployed.

According to investigators from the Lost Hills/Malibu Sheriff's Station, the drivers and their passengers gave conflicting accounts of how the accident happened.

Pacific Coast Highway accidents, particularly those involving a left-turning car, are a common occurrence, as PCH is one of the most dangerous highways in the country. If you have suffered injuries as a result of a car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, or bicycle accident, you should speak with an accident attorney to learn about your right to compensation. Santa Monica personal injury attorneys Daniel McGee and Catherine Lerer and a husband and wife team with 37 years of combined experience. We handle exclusively personal injury cases, with a focus on serious injury cases. You benefit from our expertise. Contact our office for a free consultation. An attorney is available 25-7.

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