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1 Killed, 1 Injured in Crash on Pacific Coast Highway Near Mugu Rock


2 Vehicles Collide Head-on in Fatal Malibu Accident

Malibu, CA (November 2, 2020) – One person was killed and another was injured in a head-on crash in Malibu. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of November 2 on Pacific Coast Highway.

A Toyota Camry and another vehicle collided head-on on Pacific Coast Highway, near Mugu Rock. One person was trapped inside the Toyota. One person suffered major injuries, while the other suffered moderate injuries. One person later died. 

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

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