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1 Injured in Crash on West Sunset Boulevard


Car Hits Pole in Pacific Palisades Accident

Pacific Palisades, CA (May 18, 2020) – One person was injured in a solo-vehicle crash in Pacific Palisades. The accident occurred on the morning of May 18 on West Sunset Boulevard. 

A car crashed into a pole in the 13000 block of West Sunset Boulevard. The driver was trapped inside the vehicle. Firefighters had to use special tools to disassemble the dashboard and free the person. The victim was then taken to a local trauma center. 

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