Two Car Accidents Shut Down Pacific Coast Highway
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Two Car Accidents Shut Down Pacific Coast Highway

Not one, but two different accidents shut down portions of the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu on Monday, July 20. Both accidents involved six different vehicles and an unknown number of people, causing chaos on the popular roadway.

The first crash

The first accident occurred at about 7:25pm on Monday, July 20, near Kanan Dume Road on the Pacific Coast Highway.

According to Imy McBride and Greg Evans, the Los Angeles County Fire Department Supervisor and Lt. of the Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff’s station, respectively, this crash involved at least two vehicles, one of which was overturned in the accident.

Luckily, no one was taken to the hospital, but all Westbound lanes were closed for approximately an hour and a half while the scene was cleared.

The second crash

The second accident took place around 8:22 pm. Lt. Evans reported that the crash was near Corral Canyon Road on the Pacific Coast Highway. One victim was taken to the hospital. The current status of that victim is unknown.

This second crash also closed down lanes of the PCH. Both Eastbound lanes were closed from approximately 8:30pm to 11:52pm.

All too common

As evidenced by the events of July 20, car accidents are all too common, leaving many victims injured, out of work, in pain, and losing money from mounting medical bills.

If you were injured in a car accident through little or no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation. Ellis Injury Law is a personal injury law firm in the Los Angeles area with a long track record of successfully litigating car accident cases and recovering millions on behalf of our clients.

Call Ellis Injury Law today to schedule a no-obligation consultation with a dedicated and experienced car accident attorney. All case reviews are free of charge and you owe us no money unless we recover damages on your behalf.

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