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Woman Injured in Crash on South Pacific Avenue

Car Goes Off Cliff, Bursts Into Flames in San Pedro Accident

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San Pedro, CA (December 15, 2019) – A woman was injured in a solo-vehicle crash in San Pedro. The accident occurred on the evening of December 15 on South Pacific Avenue.

A woman was driving her vehicle when it suddenly went off a seaside cliff near the 4000 block of South Pacific Avenue. It then erupted into flames. Fire crews responded to put out the fire. The woman was the only person in the vehicle. She was hospitalized with minor injuries. 

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