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Four individuals lost their lives and two were injured in a brutal multi-vehicle collision on Tuesday evening on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California. (KNN) reported this tragic incident.
At around 8:30 p.m., the LASD Lost Hills Station and Los Angeles County Fire Department were called to attend a traffic collision involving multiple vehicles. The incident took place in Malibu, specifically in the 21000 block of Pacific Coast Highway.
During an interview with Key News Network, Captain Sheila Kelliher-Berkoh of LACoFD revealed that four individuals were declared dead at the scene while two others sustained minor injuries but declined transportation.
According to Kelliher-Berkoh, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is currently present at the scene of the collision and will investigate the incident thoroughly to determine the cause.
Traffic on PCH will be diverted for several hours into the early morning due to the crash that occurred in the area. The stretch of the road where the accident took place will be closed for the time being.
Kelliher-Berkoh suggests that the crash was possibly caused by speeding, considering the type and severity of damage to the vehicles involved and the parked cars that were struck.
As it barreled through, the crash left behind a chaotic scene of shattered glass, debris scattered across the road, toppled trash cans, and parked vehicles that had been damaged in its path.
Currently, there is no additional information available.
Gabriel Pabon is a skilled Video Journalist working with KNN.
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