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Woman dies in solo accident
By Cindy Frazier June 10, 2009
A 49 year old Seal Beach woman was killed in a solo high speed traffic accident Tuesday night in South Laguna. Her identity is not being released pending notification of her family, said Laguna Beach Police Sgt. Robert Rahaeuser. No one else was injured. The driver of a silver Buick Lucerne had reportedly been traveling southbound at an apparent high rate of speed, then swerved across the two northbound lanes and struck an unoccupied blue Ford van parked on the opposite side of the roadway. in the 700 block of Laguna Canyon Road has resulted in a Sig Alert in which all lanes of the highway were ordered closed for half an hour, Laguna Beach Police Sgt. Jason Kravetz said. 3:46 pm, we began receiving 911 calls reporting an injury traffic accident in the 700 block of Laguna Canyon Road, in bound lanes, Kravetz said. appears that a vehicle hit a bicyclist. We have called for two ambulances. on suspicion of DUI and the unlawful taking of a vehicle. Reports came in of an accident at 5th Avenue and Coast Highway, where a Volkswagen Golf had crashed into a parked vehicle,
Sgt. John Falk said. Two badly damaged cars with shattered windshields rested bumper to bumper as a team of firefighters worked to free victims from inside the cars. Paramedics stood by, ready to transport the victims to the hospital as the firefighters removed the roof of one car using the Jaws of Life.
Motorcycle accident makes 3 in 2 weeks A Garden Grove man was injured in the third traffic accident involving a motorcycle in a two week period. Roy Harris Jr., 41, suffered a severe leg injury after a collision on Jan. 23 on Laguna Canyon Road at the Ganahl Lumber driveway. Harris’ injuries did not “look like they’re going to be life threatening,” Sgt. George Ramos said. 19. Police are still seeking the identity of the driver who struck Caputo on his bicycle at S. Coast Highway and Upland Road. after receiving a report of an injury involving a traffic collision. A glorious day. Warm and sunny. Clear. I felt lucky to be there under the baby blue sky and was looking forward to spending time with my friend Kathi. As I watched for the exit ramp I needed to take, the car in front of me moved to the next lane. Time did something funny, slowing and speeding at once. There, about six car lengths ahead of me, traffic was stopped.