2 Seriously Injured in Two-Vehicle Accident near Devonshire Street
CHATSWORTH, CA (November 29, 2022) – At least three people sustained injuries following a two-vehicle crash on Corbin Avenue on Thursday.
The incident took place along Corbin Avenue and Devonshire Street, around noon on November 17th, per initial reports.
According to the California Highway Patrol, two vehicles collided in the area under unknown circumstances.
The impact of the crash resulted in injuries to at least three occupants of the two involved vehicles.
First responders transported two victims that sustained major injuries and the other victim with minor injuries to a local hospital for treatment.
At this time, Chatsworth Officials withheld their identities until their families are properly notified. An active investigation is still ongoing and officials will release additional updates once made available.
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