Traffic Accident on Rainbow Glen Drive Left Several Hurt

CANYON COUNTRY, CA (June 15, 2022) – Sunday, a fiery crash on Rainbow Glen Drive left several people with injuries.

On June 12th, a Dodge Charger crashed into a dental center on the 26000 block of Rainbow Glen Drive for reasons unknown.

Furthermore, a number of witnesses called 911 and freed four injured people from the vehicle before the flames could engulfed them.

When first responders arrived, the fire was spreading quickly through the building, and firefighters began to extinguish the flames.

Furthermore, paramedics immediately transported the victims to a nearby trauma center for further treatment.

Per initial investigations, witnesses said that the Dodge seemed to be racing with another vehicle prior to the crash.

Further investigations are still underway, additional information will be released once available.

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