Emergency Responders Dispatched in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Calgrove Boulevard

NEWHALL, CA (July 21, 2022) – Wednesday afternoon, officers were dispatched after receiving reports of a multi-vehicle crash on Calgrove Boulevard.

The incident happened July 13th at around 1:00 p.m., near the Interstate 5 bridge.

According to reports, at least three vehicles collided in the accident.  One of the vehicles was a United States Postal Service truck.

Following the incident, California Highway Patrol and Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the scene. They closed down a portion of the road surrounding the accident for cleanup and preliminary duties.

Medical personnel was able to treat injured parties involved at the scene and no one needed to be transported to the hospital.

At this time drugs and alcohol are not believed to be factors in the crash.

California Highway Patrol has stated that an active investigation, into the circumstances surrounding the crash, is underway. Anyone with further information about the accident is encouraged to call local authorities as soon as possible.


One small driving mistake can lead to multi-vehicle accidents. That is why it is important to always keep your attention on the road and your surroundings when you’re behind the wheel. Always anticipate what other drivers might do, especially on a highway, a freeway, an interchange, or a service road. Also, do not put yourself and your passengers in danger by speeding and taking shortcuts. By driving defensively and always abiding by all traffic laws, you can keep yourself and others safe on the road.


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