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Stretch Limousine Involved In Crash That Injures 11

Posted on August 2, 2015

A preliminary investigation indicated “the limo driver was trying to stop because another vehicle had stopped in front of him,” Sgt. Brian Allen of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in an interview at the scene. “He was unable to brake. There’s a lot of weight in those stretch limos. He skidded into the car in front of him, causing that to go out of control.”

Full story and video report at ktla.com.

Related Topics: accidents, California operators, driver safety, limo crashes, passenger safety, stretch limousine

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