2 Killed in Crash at Devonshire Street and Reseda Boulevard

Police Chase Leads to Fatal Northridge Accident

Fatal Accident 3

Northridge, CA (July 5, 2019) – Two people were killed after a police chase led to a crash in Northridge. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of July 5 at Devonshire Street and Reseda Boulevard.

Police began to chase the driver of a stolen vehicle on a nearby freeway. The chase continued on Reseda Boulevard. The driver continued speeding after CHP stopped the pursuit.

The suspect lost control near the intersection of Devonshire Street and Reseda Boulevard. The driver lost control of the vehicle and crashed into two cars. One was a parked SUV with a woman inside. The suspect was ejected from the vehicle. Both the woman in the parked car and the suspect were killed in the crash.

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



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