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Two Teens Killed In Hit-And-Run Palmdale Crash

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Two males, aged 17 and 18, were killed in a two-vehicle Palmdale crash, and one of the motorists fled the scene on foot, authorities said Sunday.

The crash occurred at about 10:20 p.m. Saturday in the area of 10th Street West and Avenue O-8, where the two victims were pronounced dead at the scene, according to a watch sergeant at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Palmdale station.

Paramedics dispatched to the location at 10:26 p.m. reported that two other people suffered injuries but declined to be transported to an area hospital, according to a Los Angeles County Fire Department dispatcher.

According to witnesses at the scene, a driver of a black vehicle was fleeing from a previous crash when he drove through an intersection and T-boned a silver Honda, killing two people inside that car. The driver of the black vehicle allegedly fled the scene on foot.

The fatalities were a 17-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man, according to Lt. Al Barajas of the sheriff’s Palmdale station.

Sheriff’s officials urged anyone with information regarding the crash to call them at 661-272-2400.

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Vehicle Crashes Into Sand Canyon Fire Station 132, No Injuries Reported

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A vehicle crashed into Sand Canyon Fire Station 132, resulting in damage to the building and no injuries.

The incident was reported at about 8:13 a.m. Thursday on the 29300 block of Sand Canyon Road in Canyon Country, according to Marvin Lim, spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

“The vehicle did impact the structure, it was our fire station,” Lim said. “It was a civilian vehicle.”

Inspectors with the City of Santa Clarita Department of Building and Safety were requested to determine the structural integrity of the station, according to Fire officials.

Southern California Gas Company officials were also dispatched due to the close proximity of the crash to a gas line.

As of 8:45 a.m. Thursday, the extent of the damage is unknown, according to Lim.

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Two Ejected From Vehicle After Acton Crash On Angeles Forest Highway

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Two people were ejected from a vehicle and airlifted to the hospital after an Acton crash on Angeles Forest Highway Tuesday evening. 

The crash was reported just after 5:30 p.m. Tuesday near Angeles Forest Highway and Mount Emma Road, according to Supervisor Bernard Peters with the Los Angeles County Fire Department. 

“We went out to a rollover crash, with multiple people ejected,” Peters said.

Upon arrival, firefighters found two victims ejected from the vehicle and two others injured, according to the dispatch supervisor. 

Copter 16 with L.A. County Fire Air Operations responded to the incident and airlifted two people, according to fire officials.

Two additional people were transported to Antelope Valley Hospital via ambulance, Peters said.

Mount Emma Road is temporarily closed in both directions, according to California Highway Patrol logs. 

The conditions of the victims are unknown as of Tuesday. 

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SCV Sheriff’s Station Motor Deputy Hospitalized After Crash With Big Rig

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A Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station motor deputy was hospitalized after a crash with a big rig Wednesday morning.

The incident was reported at about 7:20 a.m. Wednesday near McBean Parkway and Creekside Drive, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

The deputy was conducting routine patrol checks while driving westbound on Creekside Road, when he collided with a semi-truck traveling eastbound attempting to make a turn into a business, according to Deputy Arriaga, spokesperson for the station.

The driver of the semi-truck remained on scene and was cooperative with traffic investigators, Arriaga said.

“We ask that you keep the deputy in your thoughts and prayers,” she added.

Two people were transported to a local hospital, according to Fire officials.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

SCV Sheriff’s Station Capt. Justin Diez said the motorcycle deputy is in “serious, but stable condition.”

Residents are encouraged to avoid the area as the investigation continues.

Note: This is a breaking news story, more information will be added as it becomes available.

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