Los Angeles Firefighters Responds to 600-Acre Brushfire Caused by Collision at 160th Street West and West Avenue D
Lancaster, California (June 14, 2021) – Two people were critically injured in a three-vehicle collision that sparked a 673-acre brush fire in Lancaster on Friday evening, June 11.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the accident happened at about 5:32 p.m. at 160th Street West and West Avenue D.
A motorcycle and two other vehicles were involved in the crash. Although the manner in which the accident happened was not immediately established, the crash sparked a brush fire that quickly spread. At about 8 p.m., the fire department said the fire had grown to 673 acres but the spread had been halted.
2 Injured in Lancaster Car Accident that Caused 673-Acre Brushfire
Two people are reported to have suffered major injuries and were flown to area trauma centers, the Los Angeles County Fire Department Air Operations Section.
No additional information about the accident was provided.
The CHP and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the incident.
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