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3 Injured in Crash on West Coast Highway


4 Vehicles Involved in Newport Beach Accident

Newport Beach, CA (May 26, 2020) – Three people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Newport Beach. The accident occurred on the morning of May 26 on West Coast Highway.

Four vehicles were involved in a crash at 1221 West Coast Highway. A Range Rover and a Ferrari were speeding on westbound West Coast Highway when they hit two other vehicles.

The driver of the Range Rover remained at the accident scene. However, the driver of the Ferrari kept going. She was later arrested at her home for evading peace officers and hit and run with property damage. Three people were injured and taken to a local hospital.

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