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Fatal Traffic Collision Vehicle Flew Off Freeway / San Bernardino  2.15.19
loudlabs.com SAN BERNARDINO - On Friday February 15th 2019, shortly after 3:00pm, Multiple 911 calls were made reporting a traffic collision on the 215 Southbound between Inland Center Dr, and W. Orange Show Rd. Reporting parties advised that one vehicle flew off the freeway, and multiple subjects were out of the vehicle with injuries. Upon arrival, first responders found a passenger vehicle with major damage in a drainage canal forty feet below the freeway. Access was made to the vehicle, and one party was pronounced deceased on scene. at least three others were hoist rescued, and transported to a local area hospital in unknown conditions. Per the CHP call log, reporting parties reported that this vehicle and and a second vehicle were traveling at high speeds prior to the collision. The second vehicle fled the scene. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
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Loudlabs News: Firefighters Tribute Video
Thank you to all the brave men and women Firefighters in and around the Los Angeles area. Please support your local Firefighters: supportlafd.org lacofdmemorial.org Edited by: Scott Dearborn Music by: "Belmont Harbor" by Droner. Courtesy of See Music Music can be purchased at http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1153103801?ls=1&app=itunes loudlabs.com ALL VIDEO RIGHTS BELONG TO LOUDLABS NEWS LLC.
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Baby Left at Crash Scene / Panorama City   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com PANORAMA CITY - A baby was transported to the hospital after officers rescued it from a vehicle. The accident occurred around 1:30 AM at the corner of Nordhoff and Van Nuys. An officer from LAPD's Mission Division ruled it a hit and run. But he did not add any more details. Officers can be seen nurturing the crying baby. The accident sent water spilling into the air for more than 10 minutes before firefighters were finally able to shut it off.
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Structure Fire / Crenshaw  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com CRENSHAW - An unknown age but possibly elderly female was severely burned in an apartment fire this morning. LA City firefighters responding to the Hyde Park location found a 2-story apartment building with heavy fire coming from a first floor unit. Making an aggressive attack, they knocked down the fire and found the victim in full arrest and transported her with CPR in progress to a local hospital. Fire did extend to a second floor unit as well as causing smoke and water damage to other apartments. The fire was extinguished in about 30 minutes and it is not know how many residents will be displaced. Cause will be under investigation.
Pursuit Crash "Caught on Tape"  / Downtown LA -Costa Mesa   RAW FOOTAGE
COSTA MESA - Two suspects in a stolen van led LAPD on a pursuit from Downtown Los Angeles to Costa Mesa before crashing at the intersection of Harbor Blvd & Sunflower St. The van was crashed into by a vehicle that ran a red light causing the pursuit to end abruptly. All parties were treated at the scene. The two suspects were booked and jailed at Twin Towers. LOUDLABS NEWS
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Racing Causes 3 Dead in Fiery 5 Freeway Crash involving UPS Truck / Commerce   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.vom COMMERCE - A fiery crash this morning on the Santa Ana (5) Freeway in Commerce that claimed the lives of two men and a woman was caused by motorists racing on the freeway, authorities said.    In the aftermath of the crash, one of the motorists, Whittier resident Dealio Lockhart, 35, was arrested and could face vehicular manslaughter charges, the CHP reported.    The 5 Freeway remained closed in both directions this afternoon at Washington Boulevard as officials investigated the crash and worked to remove the debris.    The collision on the southbound 5 Freeway at Garfield Avenue took place just after midnight, said CHP Officer Francisco Villalobos.    Lockhart, driving a Dodge Challenger, was racing a Dodge Charger southbound, when he saw a slower moving vehicle ahead and was attempting to get around the vehicle, at the same time that vehicle was trying to move to the right, the CHP said.    Lockhart applied his brakes, lost control of his car and struck the left side of a UPS tractor trailer, which became airborne, hitting a gray Nissan and shearing off the top of the Nissan.    The tractor trailer came to rest on top of a red Ford Explorer on the northbound side of the freeway, north of Washington Boulevard. The tractor trailer immediately became engulfed in flames.    ``It was fully engulfed and there were explosions at the scene from the truck which could have been tires exploding or the gas tanks,'' Villalobos said. ``We just don't know yet.''    Debris from the collision struck a Chevrolet Tahoe and Chevrolet Silverado, which were traveling on the northbound side. The driver of the tractor trailer -- a man -- and two people inside the Nissan were pronounced dead at the scene.    Paramedics rushed two other people to County/USC Medical Center with major injuries, the CHP reported.    L.A. County Fire Department Dispatch Supervisor Miguel Ornelas told City News Service that two more people suffered minor injuries and were transported to another hospital.    Debris was spread across all the southbound lanes. The crash also created a nightmare for motorists, backing up north and southbound traffic on the freeway for miles, according to the CHP.    A SigAlert was issued closing all northbound and southbound lanes of the freeway at Washington Boulevard at approximately 12:14 a.m. That full freeway closure was still in effect this afternoon, and was expected to last until 8 p.m.    Anyone with any information regarding the crash was asked to call the CHP's East Los Angeles office at (323) 980-4600 -CNS
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170 Off Ramp Crash with Driver Ejected / Los Angeles  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com LOS ANGELES - CHP is investigating an apparent single-vehicle collision in which the driver, traveling northbound on the 170, lost control on the offramp and rolled the vehicle onto the adjacent onramp where the lone male was thrown/ejected from the car. It is possible that hit he was struck by a vehicle but not confirmed. He was transported to a local hospital in grave condition by LAFD paramedics.
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Fatal Freeway Auto Ped / Santa Clarita  4.12.19
loudlabs.com SANTA CLARITA - The CHP is investigating a fatal vehicle vs pedestrian collision on the off ramp of the 14 freeway in Santa Clarita. It's unknown what the pedestrian was doing on the freeway, but CHP received multiple calls of a male covered in blankets walking in lanes,between Placerita and Golden Valley exits of the 14 freeway. As officers arrived in the area, they received reports that the pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle on the Golden Valley off ramp. Officers arrived moments later to find a male that had been struck by a vehicle in lanes at the bottom of the off ramp. LACoFD Paramedics assessed the male and pronounced him deceased at the scene. CHP Newhall is investigating the collision. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
Hwy 79 Fatal / Winchester  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com WINCHESTER - On Thursday, September 15, 2016, at about 6:25pm, California Highway Patrol responded to a report of a traffic collision on State Route 79 just south of Construction Rd in the unincorporated community of Winchester, east of Murrieta. According to CHP Officer Blanco, preliminary investigation reveals that the gray Toyota Camry was northbound Hwy 79 in the #2 lane, for unknown reasons the vehicle drifted to the right, losing control and spun going across the NB #1 and Center Divider into SB lanes, where the rear of the Toyota collided with a white Dodge Challenger that was SB in the #1. The driver of the Toyota was pinned in the vehicle and was declared deceased at the scene.The driver of the Dodge was transported to a local hospital with complaint of pain.
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91 Freeway Triple Fatal Accident GRAPHIC / Artesia RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com ARTESIA - A driver and his two young children who died after a crash involving multiple vehicles on the 91 Freeway in Artesia early Saturday morning have been identified by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office. A man and two young children died after their Jeep overturned on the westbound 91 Freeway in Artesia on July 9, 2016. (Credit: KTLA) A man and two young children died after their Jeep overturned on the westbound 91 Freeway in Artesia on July 9, 2016. (Credit: KTLA) Lavell Mann, 33, Logan Mann, 3, and 9-month-old Legend Mann were all killed in the collision, which California Highway Patrol Jeremy Tolen said occurred shortly after 1 a.m. on the westbound 91 west of Pioneer Boulevard. A red Jeep was traveling in the No. 3 lane when it rear-ended a gas tanker trunk. “That collision sent the red Jeep out of control and into the center median, which caused another collision,” Tolen said. The second crash caused the Jeep to overturn; it was hit immediately after that by a BMW sedan, according to the officer. All three occupants of the Jeep died in the crash, he said. The Mann family is seen in photos posted to a GoFundMe page. The Mann family is seen in photos posted to a GoFundMe page. Tolen initially identified the victims as a man, a 6-year-old girl and an infant before the coroner’s office identified the victims and released their ages. Mann was the father of the two young children, according to a GoFundMe page set up to support his family. A woman and a child in the BMW sustained minor injuries in the collision, he added. It was not known whether the driver of the big rig was injured. Speed was believed to have played a role in the collision, according to Tolen. He said the Jeep was traveling in excess of 55 mph, which was the speed of the tanker truck when it was struck from behind. Alcohol was not believed to have been a factor, according to the officer. - KTLA
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Double Fatal Car Crash / Downey   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com DOWNEY -  Downey PD and CHP started receiving 911 calls of a multi vehicle accident near the off-ramp. Downey PD arrived first and said over the radios that a SUV hit a tree and have multiple people trapped. DNFD started a extended extrication that took a little over a hour. Once the roof was removed you could see a female alive talking with paramedics. Unfortunately you can also see a male deceased male victim. Due to the impact of the crash it is unknown how many fatalities are at the scene. There were reports of a total of five victims in the SUV. DNY PD and DNY FD can be seen looking for possible ejected victims. Are camera at the scene can only see two victims. There were reports of two separate collision with the fatal crash being involved in the first crash. The Paramount off-ramp and the slow are currently closed for a unknown duration.
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Wrong Way Double Fatal DUI Crash / Riverside 8.10.18
loudlabs.com RIVERSIDE - RIVERSIDE: On Friday August 10th, around 1:47 am, CHP responded to reports of a collision involving a wrong way driver on the 91 Eastbound. Two fatalities have been reported, with two additional persons transported in unknown conditions. The suspected wrong way driver was transported via ambulance. The accident is under investigation. The alleged suspect is transported via ambulance at the end of my footage.
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Fatal Crash on 91 Freeway / Carson  4.2.19
loudlabs.com CARSON - At 3:12pm LACoFD and CHP responded to reports of a five car TC with one vehicle overturned. One person was pronounced dead on scene and another was transported to the hospitable in unknown condition. The westbound 91 is closed completely and CHP is turning traffic around on the freeway. It is unknown what caused the crash. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
Two Trapped Upside-Down after DUI Crash / Van Nuys   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com VAN NUYS - A four vehicle crash sent at least five victims to the hospital two in critical condition. A SUV landed upside down on top of two vehicles trapping two female victims. The females were trapped upside down with fuel leaking around them while firefighters used the Jaws of Life to extract them. They were trapped for about 30 plus minutes before being taken out of the SUV and transported by ambulance. Two males from a car were transported and one was given a Field Sobriety Test by LAPD
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Los Angeles to Hollywood to Fontana Pursuit   RAW FOOTAGE
Written by City News Service - A stolen vehicle suspect led officers on a three- county, high speed chase this morning from Porter Ranch to Rancho Cucamonga, authorities said. The chase began at about 12:40 a.m. near Reseda Boulevard and the Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway after an officer determined the suspect was driving a car reported stolen in downtown Los Angeles, according to Los Angeles police Sgt. Bernard Fitchpatrick. The suspect drove into the Hollywood area, where he took to city streets before heading south on the Hollywood (101) Freeway and then east on the San Bernardino (10) Freeway, Fitchpatrick said. Police radio transmissions indicated he hit speeds topping 120 mph, but Fitchpatrick said he could not confirm exact speeds. ``All I know is at some point he was going at a high rate of speed,'' he said. The man eventually stopped in the area of Interstate 15 and the Foothill (210) Freeway in Rancho Cucamonga, where he was taken into custody after a pursuit that lasted about an hour, Fitchpatrick said. The suspect was facing possible charges of driving a stolen vehicle and evading, the lieutenant said. LOUDLABS NEWS
Four Shot Outside of Party / Wilmington   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com Written by City News Service - An argument degenerated to a shooting at a family party at a Harbor City home today, leaving one person hospitalized in critical condition and three others winged. The three other shooting victims wounds were considered non-life threatening, said Sgt. Ed Piago of the Los Angeles Police Department's Harbor station. The shooting was in the 1200 block of West Papeete Street and was reported to police at 2:45 a.m., Piago said. According to police at the scene, the suspect drove away in a dark- colored BMW. Harbor station police detectives asked anyone with any information regarding the shooting attack to call them at (310) 726-7900. LOUDLABS NEWS
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Mini-Van Slams into Big Rig Killing Passenger / Downey   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com DOWNEY - A coroner's investigator today released the name of an 18-year-old man who was killed when the minivan he was in rear-ended a large truck in Downey. He was Isaac Antonio Marroquin of Downey, said coroner's investigator Joyce Kato. Four other people were injured in the crash on Lakewood Boulevard and Florence Avenue, which occurred about 10:45 p.m. Friday, according to the Downey Police Department. A 19-year-old man driving a 1997 Chevrolet Astro Van southbound on Lakewood Boulevard, in the number one lane, veered into the center two-way left turn lane and rear ended a 2001 Great Dane trailer attached to a 2012 Freightliner trailer, police reports indicated. The truck was stopped in the two-way left turn lane. The driver of the minivan and three of his passengers -- an 18-year-old man, a 17-year-old boy and an 18-year-old woman - were rushed to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. Marroquin, who was also a passenger in the van, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the semi-tractor, a 52-year-old man, suffered no injuries. Downey police detectives asked anyone who saw the crash to call them at (562) 904-2339.
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CAUGHT on CAMERA Scooter Hit & Run / South LA  4.11.19
loudlabs.com SOUTH LA - Dashcam footage shows the moment a female driver with four kids in the car hit a scooter-rider from behind and continued on. The Good Samaritan that recorded the footage followed the suspect until LAPD arrived and took the female into custody, all on camera. The footage also show witnesses running to victim to help him. On camera you can see, the crash, the suspect being caught, and the children exiting the car as LAPD takes the female suspect into custody. You can also see the damage to her front window. A elderly man riding a scooter was struck by a vehicle trying to make a yellow light per a witness. The victim was transported by ambulance to an area hospital. The vehicle that hit the scooter kept going and was last seen heading west on Florence. The scooter can be seen mangled in the middle of the street. The witness stated that the man flew off the back and landed away from the scooter. He was transported with non life threatening condition. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
Two Dead After Ejection Crash / Corona   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com CORONA - CHP are investigating a solo vehicle accident on the I-15 South, North of Indian Truck Trail in Corona. Per an Officer at the scene, the 2 occupants in the vehicle were ejected and pinned under the vehicle. Both were pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
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DUI Driver Kills Own Passenger / Northridge   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com Written by City News Service - A car crashed into a power pole in an alcohol-related accident in Northridge today, killing a woman who was a passenger and injuring the man who was driving, police said. The crash occurred in the 17000 block of Roscoe Boulevard around 12:30 a.m., said Sgt. Paul McLaughlin of the Los Angeles Police Department's Devonshire Station. Firefighters using heavy rescue equipment extricated the driver from the wreckage of the gold sedan, unconscious but breathing, and transported him to a hospital, McLaughlin said. The woman in the passenger seat was pronounced dead at the scene. It appeared the crash was alcohol-related, he said. LOUDLABS NEWS
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Stubborn Car Fire / Los Angeles   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com LOS ANGELES - A stubborn car fire on 8th street put the LAFD to work this morning. When the firemen started cutting into the trunk to check for any bodies the gas reignited around the car. LAFD quickly put out the fire. No bodies were in the vehicle.
Deadly Trapped Crash / Carson   5.17.18
loudlabs.com CARSOn - A three car crash killed a driver and shut down the transition of the s 110 to the 405. The only victim in the crash is the fatal. No others were transported. LAFD is in the process of trying to free the victim from the wreckage. CHP is investigating.
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110 Double Fatal Crash / South LA   RAW FOOTAGE
12-18-17 SOUTH LA - At approximately 2327, LAFD and CHP responded to reports of a multi vehicle TC with one car possibly split in half. Arriving units found a 4 vehicle TC with 4 patients,1 trapped in a Scion with major rear end damage. The Two occupants of the Scion were pronounced dead at the scene,. Two people were transported the hospital in fair condition. The 110 NB was completely shut down, causing a major traffic delay and motorists stranded in the closure. The cause of the crash is unknown at this time
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Double Fatal Traffic Collision / Arcadia  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com ARCADIA - A major accident investigation is now underway after a violent single vehicle crash in which the driver lost control at a high rate of speed and hit a pole and brick wall. The collision left two occupants deceased at the scene and a third in critical condition after all had to be cut free from the vehicle. He was transported to a local hospital by Arcadia Fire Dept Paramedics.
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Fireworks / South LA  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com SOUTH LA - July 4th celebrants showed their spirit with a large array of both legal and illegal fireworks across South Los Angeles with a spectacular and varied display. No serious fires or injuries have been reported thus far.
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Woman Trapped Inside Burning Vehicle after Collision / Hemet  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com HEMET - On Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016, just after midnight, Hemet Police and Fire responded to a report of a cut and rescue traffic collision with one vehicle catching fire. A Good Samaritan, broke out the passenger windows of the vehicle to get access to the driver who was pinned. The Good Samaritan called over to the first officer who arrived at the other vehicle involved calling for a fire extinguisher, two Hemet Police Officers used the fire extinguisher from their patrol vehicles and stopped the spread of fire. Fire Dept arrived on scene and freed the female driver, she was transported in unknown condition. Hemet Police Department requested CHP to handle the investigation and the officers at the scene are not commenting. Highway 74 (Florida Ave) is CLOSED between Warren Rd and California Ave. while they investigate.
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Mercedes Benz CL63 AMG High Speed Crash / Atwater Village   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com ATWATER VILLAGE - A Mercedes CL63 AMG crashed at a high rate of speed while transitioning from the north 2 to the north 5 freeway. The crashed caused the car to split in two with the engine and transmission landing away from the driver and the rest of the car. The black Mercedes came to rest after hitting a tree. The driver was trapped and LAFD used The Jaws of Life to free the victim from the wreckage. The driver survived the crash and was transported in critical condition to an area hospital. The car has a sticker price of around $150,000. It had a specialized plate that read "SLO AMG"
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SUV Flies Off Cliff into Surf / Ventura  4.7.19
loudlabs.com VENTURA - A single vehicle crash went over the side roughly 150ft off PCH near Deer Creek Rd coming to rest in the surf resulting in the driver being pronounced dead at the scene. Emergency crews called off the recovery efforts due to high surf, recovery would resume during low tide. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
Tanker Truck Slams into Emergency Vehicles, Firefighters Injured / Rancho Cucamonga   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com RANCHO CUCAMONGA - Four Rancho Cucamonga firefighters were hospitalized with minor injuries early Friday, Nov. 21, after a tanker truck slammed into emegency vehicles at an accident scene on the 210 freeway. Two fire engines, a hook-and-ladder truck and two California Highway Patrol vehicles were parked on the westbound side west of Haven Avenue about 1 a.m. after responding to a two-car collision, a CHP news release said. The weather was rainy. One engine and the fire truck were straddling the shoulder and the No. 3 lane; the other engine was blocking the No. 2 lane, the release said. The CHP cruisers were on the shoulder. All had their emergency lights on, and road flares had been set. The tanker truck, driven by William A. Baker, 48, of Santa Maria, hit all five emergency vehicles, the release said. He was not injured or arrested. The firefighters were not identified.
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105 Trapped Crash / South Gate  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com SOUTH GATE - Driver lost control of his vehicle which swerved across all lanes andwound up on its side against a pole, trapping one person. Reported to be three people in the vehicle, one possibly fled, one was not injured and the trapped victim was extricated by LA County firefighters in about 20 minutes and transported to a local hospital with serious injuries. CHP is investigating.
Walmart Closure / Pico Rivera   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com PICO RIVERA (CNS) - The Pico Rivera Walmart will be temporarily closed due to ongoing plumbing problems that will require extensive repairs, the company announced today. The store at 8500 Washington Blvd. closed at 2 p.m., said Sgt. Raymond Cardenas of the Pico Rivera Police Department. Walmart intends to ``reopen the store as soon as all of the plumbing issues are resolved,'' according to a company statement. ``Deciding to close a store is not a decision we make lightly, but after careful consideration, we felt it was necessary to make these repairs so we can better serve our customers and the community in the long run,'' the statement said.
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LAPD Officer Saves Baby After Father Slams Baby to the Ground / Westlake
loudlabs.com 3.4.18 WESTLAKE - A baby is alive after being thrown / spiked to the gound like a football in the Westlake District overnight, according to Sergeant Hooper of LAPD's Rampart Division. According to scanner traffic, the baby, a 20 weeks old, was found not conscious and not breathing near 3rd Street and Columbia Avenue. An officer, identified by Hooper as Officer Frasier, can be seen holding the baby wrapped in blanket. The baby can be seen taken by paramedics in an ambulance. A man, believed to be the father, was taken into custody by police.
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Fatal Vehicle vs Tree Crash / La Mirada   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com LA MIRADA - A man was killed and two women were seriously injured when a speeding car hit a center divider, knocked down a sign and slammed into a tree in La Mirada, authorities said.    The crash happened about 11:40 p.m. Thursday, on Valley View Avenue, just north of Artesia Boulevard on the border between La Mirada and Cerritos, sheriff's Sgt. Hank Ortega said. The Norwalk sheriff's station provides policing for La Mirada.    ``Speed was a factor,'' Ortega said. ``The car hit the divider, took out a sign and hit a tree.''    Ortega said the man in his 30s who died at the scene was a passenger in the car. His identity was withheld pending notification of kin.    Two women in the car -- one of them the driver -- were hospitalized in serious condition, Ortega said.    Investigators are investigating if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash., the sergeant said. -CNS
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Motel Shooting / San Bernardino 1.1.19
loudlabs.com SAN BERNARDINO - Temperatures in the High Desert were already below freezing before 10:00 PM Tuesday night. The video of the Apple Valley temperature sign was shot around 9:50 PM in the 15900 block of Apple Valley Road (Intersection of Kamana Road). The final shot is of the bird bath was shot in the same general area in front yard of my home. It stayed frozen all New Year's Day. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
"Stringers LA" Episode 8 / Nightcrawler the Movie in Real Life
Episode #8 Los Angeles firemen risk their lives at the scene of a toxic bomb explosion in a busy downtown area, and stringer Howard Raishbrook films the dangerous accident. A tense stand off between a drunk driver and police ends with a shocking scene. And new life on the streets of LA brings hope to Scott Lane's depressing night. Cast: Scott Lane, Howard Raishbrook, Josh Harville, Marc Raishbrook, Austin Raishbrook Created & Directed by: Marc Karzen / Relish Productions Produced by: 44BLUE Productions Originally Aired on "truTV"
Violent Fatal Ejection Crash / Downtown LA   RAW FOOTAGE
1-6-18 DOWNTOWN LA - At approximately 0457, CHP and LAFD responded to reports of a traffic collision with fire an overturned vehicle. Arriving units found a Chevy Trailblazer with extreme damage. The Solo occupant was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced DOA. The force of the collision was so violent that the chassis from the vehicle was ripped from the body. The vehicles engine and transmission were strewn along a 150 foot path on the offramp. There is a Sigalert in place for an unknown duration.The cause of the collision is unknown at this time. It does not appear that anyone else was injured in this incident. CHP Central LA is handling the investigation
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405 Wrong Way Fatal / Los Angeles  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com LOS ANGELES - A car was headed southbound in the northbound lanes and crashed with two other cars. One victim died at the scene. A second was transported with CPR and a third was taken by ambulance.
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91 Freeway Big Rig Tractor Fire / Cerritos   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com CERRITOS - A big rig tractor caught fire and shut down the eastbound 91 Freeway just before Bloomfield. The driver was able to disconnect his trailer before it too caught fire. LACOFD arrived to the fire and went into action. CHP is working to open a lane.
Double Fatal Vehicle Crash / Arleta   6.11.18
loudlabs.com ARLETA - At approximately 2039, CHP and LAFD responded to reports of a white sedan that had been rear ended while stalled in lanes. Both occupants were pronounced dead on scene. Three additional patients were transported to the hospital, one in critical, two in fair condition. CHP has all lanes of the SB5 shut down for an unknown duration at this time. CHP West Valley is handling the investigation.
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"Stringers LA" Episode 7 / Nightcrawler the Movie in Real Life
Episode #7 A drunk driver takes cops on a wet-and-wild ride into the Pacific Ocean, and Scott Lane catches it all on tape. Austin and Howard Raishbrook are on the wrong side of the camera when they're apartment catches on fire. And stringer Jon Talent is at the scene of one of the deadliest railway accidents in the nation's history. Cast: Scott Lane, Howard Raishbrook, Josh Harville, Marc Raishbrook, Austin Raishbrook Created & Directed by: Marc Karzen / Relish Productions Produced by: 44BLUE Productions Originally Aired on "truTV"
2nd Alarm Commercial Fire / Victorville  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com VICTORVILLE - San Bernardino County Firefighters responded to a 2nd alarm fire on Monday morning. Shortly after 11:00 AM., on June 13th ‬Firefighters in the City of Victorville, were dispatched to a reported Commercial Structure Fire in the area of 6th Street and C Street in Historic “Old Town” Victorville. Crews from Fire Station 311 arrived within 5 minutes to find heavy fire and smoke from a triplex apartment building. Crews immediately called for a 2nd Alarm, bringing additional resources to the fire. Firefighters engaged in an aggressive attack, protecting multiple exposures from catching fire. Crews utilized large fire streams to knock down the fire, which was knocked down in approx. 30 minutes. Heavy damage was reported to the fire occupancy, destroying a vacant triplex apartment building. Slight damage was reported to some adjacent occupancies, however, Firefighters worked quickly and efficiently to keep damage to a minimum. Crews also managed to save a historic home adjacent to the fire building. San Bernardino County Fire Crews are working with the building owner to determine a damage estimate. A fire Investigator was summoned to the scene to determine the fires cause and origin. The 2-Alarm Fire brought 8 Medic Engines, 1 Truck Company, 2 Chief Officers and a Fire Investigator to the fire. One Medic Engine from Apple Valley Fire Dept assisted in the fire fight. Due to the quick action of the first responding companies, some of the second alarm resources were re-routed for station coverage in Victorville.
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Hiker Finds Car and Body Over Cliff / Mt. Baldy   RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com MT BALDY - On Friday afternoon August 25th a hiker found a vehicle with a body inside over a cliff. The hiker reported the incident shortly before 3:00pm along the Mount Baldy hiking trail, a section which parallels Mount Baldy Road just north of the tunnels. Firefighters with the San Bernardino County Fire Department and the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the scene along with the California Highway Patrol and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. First arriving emergency crews located a blue older model SUV roughly 150 - 200 feet down a cliff on its top. Firefighters accessed the crash and determined the occupant was deceased. It's unclear how long the vehicle and body had been there prior to being found by the hiker. Police at the scene believe the SUV was traveling down bound on Mount Baldy Road when for unknown reasons lost control and went over the side. Police are working to determine if speed and or alcohol were contributing factors in the fatal crash. No further information was immediately available.
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Roof Collapse, 5 Firefighters Injured / Compton   RAW FOOTAGe
www.loudlabs.com COMPTON - Five firefighters were injured battling a fully involved detached garage fire at 817 E. Laurel St. in Compton. Two were on top of the garage roof when it collapsed, two others were inside when it fell through. All four were briefly trapped in the debris. All four were able to walk out of the scene. A fifth firefighter was injured while rescuing the others. All five - four men and one woman, two of whom were captains - were transported to a hospital with minor to moderate injuries.
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Double Fatal Racing Crash / Sun Valley
loudlabs.com SUN VALLEY - Authorities arrived at Lankershim and San Fernando to find two people dead and multiple people on the ground due to a two car crash in the intersection. The driver of the suspect vehicle was seen fleeing from the scene, running across the train tracks. LAPD air support searched for the suspect but was unsuccessful. Police are searching for the driver. LAPD is at scene taking interviews and surveying the area. Atleast 4 people were transported to the hospital. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
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Man Touches High-Powered Wire Burst into Flames, Falls 125ft SURVIVES / Boyle Heights   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com BOYLE HEIGHTS - A man in his early 40s suffered electrical burns and other major injuries early today in Boyle Heights after being shocked by a high tension wire and then falling an estimated 100 feet onto pads placed on the ground, authorities said. A Los Angeles Police Department Hollenbeck Division officer said the man climbed an electrical pole at the intersection of Marengo and North State streets about 1:50 a.m. The "officer" said the man touched a 360-volt line about 3:15 a.m. and was thrown off the pole by the shock and struck a traffic light during his fall. Both the officer and a videographer at the scene said the man had begun to descend the pole, but then changed his mind and climbed up again. The videographer said the man was sitting on a ledge of the pole, then pushed himself sideways and grabbed the high voltage line. The videographer said the man's fall was broken by one of two rescue pads set up by Los Angeles County Fire Department firefighters. The man was taken to a hospital, where he was in critical condition, said Officer Liliana Preciado of the LAPD's Media Relations Section. -CNS
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Vehicle Into Light Pole / Jurupa Valley  3.23.19
loudlabs.com JURUPA VALLEY - At approximatelt 12:00am Cal Fire Riverside along with Riverside County Sheriff and AMR responded to the area of Crestmore Rd. and Long Ranch Rd. in Jurupa Valley in regards to a two vehicle traffic accident with on vehicle hitting a light pole and flipping over. The individual in the flipped over vehicle self extricated himself and was transported to a local hospital via ground ambulance with minor injuries. The individual in the second vehicle was uninjured and was released from the scene. Scott's IG - https://www.instagram.com/scottlane_/?hl=en LLN IG - https://www.instagram.com/loudlabs_news/?hl=en LLN FB - https://www.facebook.com/LoudLabsNews/
Ambulance Patient Takes Wild Ride / Signal Hill   RAW FOOTAGE
www.loudlabs.com Written by City News Service - Four people were transported to hospitals this morning after a private ambulance collided with a car at a Signal Hill intersection, authorities said. The collision was reported at 4:39 a.m. at Spring Street and Orange Avenue, said Los Angeles County Fire Department Dispatch Supervisor Robert Diaz. Four patients were transported to hospitals from the scene at 5:19 a.m., Diaz said. The ambulance driver was critically injured when the ambulance turned on its side in the collision, a news videographer reported from the scene. The patient in the ambulance was in critical condition before the collision. There was no immediate information on the other two people taken to the hospital after the crash.
Early Morning Apartment Fire  / South LA  RAW FOOTAGE
loudlabs.com SOUTH LA - An early morning apartment fire prompted evacuation from neighboring units. Per neighbors they said they did not see the people that live in the fire unit. Unknown if they were home at the time of fire. In the video you can see the front door was locked which would indicate nobody came out of the unit once the fire started. LAFD is at the scene mopping up and searching units.
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Journalist Michael Hastings Dies in Fiery Crash / Hollywood   RAW FOOTAGE
Written by City News Service - Journalist Michael Hastings, whose blunt Rolling Stone profile of Gen. Stanley McChrystal led to the resignation of the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, died today in a car crash in Los Angeles, according to the magazine and a website for which he worked. Officials with the Los Angeles County coroner's office could not immediately confirm if the 33-year-old Hastings was the person who died around 4:25 a.m. when a car smashed into a tree and caught fire on Highland Avenue near Melrose Avenue in the Hancock Park area. The circumstances of the crash were under investigation, but a cameraman at the scene said the vehicle, a Mercedes, was being driven at a high rate of speed when the crash occurred. The car's engine ended up 200 feet away from the collision site, he said. Lt. Fred Corral of the coroner's office said the body was burned beyond recognition, and the identity of the victim would not be known until at least Wednesday. The Hancock Park crash was the only fatal car wreck in the city today, according to police. However, Ben Smith, editor in chief of BuzzFeed.com, issued a statement announcing Hastings' death in a car accident in Los Angeles, saying the journalist's BuzzFeed colleagues were ``shocked and devastated by the news that Michael Hastings in gone.'' ``Michael was a great, fearless journalist with an incredible instinct for the story, and a gift for finding ways to make his readers care about anything he covered from wars to politicians,'' Smith said. ``He wrote stories that would otherwise have gone unwritten, and without him there are great stories that will go untold. Michael was also a wonderful, generous colleague and a joy to work with. Our thoughts are with Elise (his wife) and the rest of his family and we are going to miss him.'' Hastings was perhaps most famous for his candid 2010 Rolling Stone interview with McChrystal, who was then commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan and was critical of the White House's oversight of the military. His comments resulted in the general being summoned to Washington, D.C., and his eventual resignation. Hastings was still a contributing editor at Rolling Stone. ``Great reporters exude a certain kind of electricity, the sense that there are stories burning inside them, and that there's no higher calling or greater way to live life than to be always relentlessly trying to find and tell those stories,'' Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana said in a story about Hastings' death posted on the magazine's website. ``I'm sad that he won't be stopping by my office for any more short visits which would stretch for two or three completely engrossing hours,'' Dana said. ``He will be missed.'' Hastings wrote two books about war, including ``The Operators'' about Afghanistan, and ``I Lost My Love in Baghdad,'' about Iraq. LOUDLABS NEWS
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DUI Driver Asleep Behind Wheel / Winnetka   RAW FOOTAGE
1-6-18 WINNETKA - At approximately 0315, LAPD responded to reports of a man passed out behind the wheel of a black Mercedes at the intersection of Sherman Way & Tampa. The driver and passenger can be seen sleeping in the vehicle, while it was in drive. Cameraman ensured the vehicle was not able to drive into the intersection by placing their vehicle in front of the Mercedes. A heavy odor of alcohol could be smelled from the vehicle when the suspect opened the door. LAPD officers arrested the driver on suspicion of DUI. LAPD West Valley is handling the incident.
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