2 Killed, 2 Injured in Crash on De Soto Avenue

3 Vehicles Involved in Fatal Chatsworth Accident

Fatal Car Crash, Fatal Accident, Fatal Car Accident

Chatsworth, CA (February 17, 2019) – Two people were killed and two others were injured in a three-vehicle crash in Chatsworth. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of February 17 on De Soto Avenue.

An Infiniti was heading south on De Soto when it collided with a Toyota Avalon that was heading north in the 9500 block of De Soto Avenue. Two occupants in the Avalon – a woman in her 30s and a man in his 50s – died at the accident scene.

A 13-year-old girl in the back seat of the Avalon survived, but is in critical condition. The sole occupant of the Infiniti had to be removed by emergency crews. He is described as a man in his 30s. Police are looking for a third car that may have been involved in the crash. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victims.


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