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    After last week's fiery crash in California that landed actress Anne Heche in the hospital, police are now investigating the vehicular accident as a felony rather than a misdemeanor. According to Jeff Lee, an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department, Heche's "blood showed signs of impairment, and that is why it is now being investigated as a felony traffic collision." "The blood draw results showed a presence of narcotics, but additional testing is required to rule out any substances that were administered in the hospital," added Officer Annie Hernandez. FROM WOKE TO WOKER: DISNEY CASTS DRAG QUEEN IN NEW MARVEL SERIES There was also an injury sustained by someone within the damaged property, leading to the charge's elevation. A woman in the home sustained minor injuries for which she sought medical attention, according to a report. Anne Heche Jordan Strauss/Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP Regarding Heche's condition, a representative for the actress said she "has a significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention. She is currently being treated at...
    More On: anne heche Cops suspect DUI in Anne Heche crash, granted warrant for blood sample Anne Heche ‘in stable condition’ after being severely burned in car crash Actress Anne Heche severely burned in fiery car crash Anne Heche claims she was ‘canceled’ because of Ellen DeGeneres romance Anne Heche is fighting for her life, Page Six has exclusively learned. The actress’ rep told us on Monday that she is “in critical condition” following Friday’s fiery car crash. “Shortly after the accident, Anne Heche became unconscious, slipping into a coma,” her spokesperson shared. “She has a significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention.” Earlier Monday, Page Six confirmed that the Los Angeles Police Department had received a warrant to test the actress’ blood to determine whether she was under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol at the time of the accident. Story developing… Filed under anne heche ,  celebrity car crashes ,  8/8/22
    The ICU nurse who killed six people - including a pregnant mother, her unborn child and one-year-old son - in a fiery 100 mph crash has been released from the hospital and is now held on $9 million bond. Nicole L. Linton, 37, a nurse from Texas who works in Los Angeles, is being held in the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, California after being released from medical supervision on Sunday. She is expected to be charged by the Los Angeles County District Attorney at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center on Monday. She was taken into custody for vehicular manslaughter after police said she slammed her car into five other vehicles while driving as fast as 100 mph by an intersection at Windsor Hills.  Tabia Johnson, a witness to the crash, took a photo of the suspect, Nicole L. Linton (center), commenting that Linton only appeared to suffer minor injuries in the horrible crash Linton can be seen here after the crash with blood on her left thigh and left forearm, she appears to be wearing hospital...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anne Heche was in the hospital Saturday following an accident in which her car smashed into a house and flames erupted, a representative for the actor told People magazine. The representative, who was not identified, told the magazine that Heche was in stable condition a day after Friday’s accident. Her family and friends were asking that her privacy be respected, People reported. Her speeding car came to a T-shaped intersection and ran off the road and into the house in the Mar Vista section of Los Angeles’ westside shortly before 11 a.m. Friday, Los Angeles police Officer Tony Im said. The car came to rest inside the two-story house and started a fire that took nearly 60 firefighters more than an hour to put out, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. Officials haven’t identified Heche as the driver who was pulled from the car as it was inside the house, but said it was registered to her. Television news video showed a blue Mini Cooper Clubman, badly damaged and burned, being towed out of the home,...
    Getty US actress Anne Heche arrives for the premiere of Netflix's "The Unforgivable" at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles, California, November 30, 2021. Anne Heche is expected to survive after a fiery crash left her severely burned. Her ex-boyfriend, Thomas Jane, told the New York Post that Heche, 53, will likely “pull through.” The Post reported Heche is intubated and remains in critical condition Saturday, August 6, 2022, the day after the crash. She was driving a blue Mini Cooper in Los Angeles Friday night, when she slammed into a garage, backed up and then careened into another house, causing her car to explode.
    Getty A fire truck is seen responding to a wildfire, not connected to the Hallmark star's crash. A Hallmark star was severely injured in a car accident after crashing into a house on Friday, catching the home and her car on fire.  Anne Heche was hospitalized, reportedly in critical condition, after speeding down a residential street before the crash, multiple sources reported.Heche Was Severely Burned After Crashing Into a House, Media Reports SaidHeche was hospitalized for severe burns and was in critical condition after the Friday car crash, Yahoo reported. Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed with Fox News that the person in the crash was hospitalized “in critical condition.” TMZ shared photos from the scene, including a video that showed Heche speeding. Rachel Kim of CBS also shared a video, in the tweet below, that shows the car speeding down a residential street. EXCLUSIVE: Video shows the vehicle owned by actress Anne Heche speeding down a Mar Vista street moments before crashing into a home and sparking a fire. The story on @CBSLA 5pm....
    (CNN)A woman crashed her car into a house in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles on Friday, setting both the vehicle, and the house on fire, officials say. A person with knowledge of the matter told CNN the driver was actress Anne Heche.The driver was traveling at a high rate of speed when she ran off the road and collided with a residence, Los Angeles Police Public Information Officer Jeff Lee tells CNN. The impact left the car engulfed in flames and the driver suffered burn injuries. She was taken to a local hospital by Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics in critical condition. It took firefighters more than an hour to "access, confine and fully extinguish the stubborn flames within the heavily damaged structure," the LAFD said.There were no other injuries reported.CNN has contacted representatives of Heche for comment.Heche first rose to fame on the soap opera "Another World," where she played the dual role of twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love from 1987 to 1991 and earned a Daytime Emmy Award for her performance. She followed that with...
    More On: anne heche Anne Heche claims she was ‘canceled’ because of Ellen DeGeneres romance Is Anne Heche dating skincare guru Peter Thomas Roth? Anne Heche: Ellen DeGeneres didn’t want me to dress sexy when we dated Anne Heche explains why she stormed off ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Anne Heche was involved in a fiery car crash on Friday that has left her “severely burned” and “intubated” in the hospital, TMZ reports. The “Vanished” actress, 53, was reportedly driving her blue Mini Cooper down a suburban street in Los Angeles around noon when she crashed into the garage of an apartment complex. According to the outlet, bystanders tried to help Heche exit the vehicle, but she allegedly backed up and drove off before crashing into another home where her car became “engulfed” in flames. It appears that Heche may have been under the influence of alcohol, as bottle with a red cap was seen in the car’s cup holder shortly before the accident. However, the Los Angeles Police Department could not immediately be reached. Aerial shots of video from...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A speeding car ran a red light and plowed into cars in a crowded intersection Thursday in a fiery crash that killed five people, including a baby, just outside of Los Angeles, authorities said. Shortly after 1:30 p.m., a Mercedes-Benz sedan caused a crash involving as many as six cars near a gas station in the unincorporated Windsor Hills about 10 miles (16 kilometers) southwest of downtown LA, according to the California Highway Patrol. The coroner’s office identified one of the victims as Asherey Ryan, a 23-year-old woman from Los Angeles. Two other women and a man, as well as a boy, were killed but their names were not made public Friday. One of the victims was pregnant. Several people were flung from the cars and two vehicles caught fire. Television reports showed the blackened and mangled cars, as well as a child’s car seat among the debris covering the street. Video showed the Mercedes careening through an intersection, striking at least two cars that exploded in flames and were sent hurtling onto a sidewalk,...
    Six people including an infant, a pregnant woman and her unborn child have been killed in Los Angeles after a car ran a red light and smashed into oncoming traffic. California Highway Patrol told ABC 7 that a Mercedes coupe ignored the red light and hit multiple vehicles.  The vehicles crashed into a gas station at the intersection at around 1:40pm on Thursday, injuring a further seven. Three of the vehicles burst into flames following the crash.  The accident happened at the corner of South La Brea Avenue and Slauson Avenue.  Police were called at 1:40pm on Thursday to a car crash in the Windsor Hills area of Los Angeles Video shared on social media showed the vehicles ablaze. Photos showed the burnt-out hulls of the vehicles.  Two of the burned cars came to a stop under a fuel station sign.  Another appeared to have rolled onto its roof near the gas station entrance. 'Those two right there exploded, just fire everywhere,' a witness told NBC 4. 
    THE mystery of a sheriff’s deputy found dead in a car a year after surviving a fiery crash has shocked a community.  The body of Deputy Dallas Edeburn, 30, of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office was found on Monday after he failed to return home from work.  4Ramsey County Deputy Dallas Edeburn, 30, was found dead in his vehicle Monday in a mystery that has shocked the communityCredit: Ramsey County Sheriff's Office 4Edeburn is survived by his wife and five-month-old sonCredit: Ramsey County Sheriff's Office A preliminary autopsy found no signs of trauma or injury to Edeburn’s body, however, the manner and cause of death will be released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner will be released once the full autopsy is complete. “Our hearts go out to Dallas’ wife, family, and friends. He was larger than life, both in his physical presence and his service to Ramsey County,” said Sheriff Bob Fletcher. Edeburn worked for the county for seven years, starting as a correctional officer in 2015 before working for the sheriff’s office two years later.  He received numerous...
    MULTIPLE people have died in a terrifying crash on Interstate 90 after a van driving the wrong way, crashed into a car, police say. The van was driving westbound when it stuck a car head-on 1A van on I-90 has killed multiple people after it struck a car head-onCredit: ABC7 The accident happen around 2am on Sunday near Hampshire, Illinois. The total number of fatalities is unknown at this time, but one person was airlifted to a local hospital. All westbound lanes have been closed off o the Jane Addams Tollway. The eastbound lanes have since been reopened. More to follow...For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    A 51-year-old woman was killed in a single-car crash in Wakefield, the Middlesex District Attorney's Office said.  Wakefield Police responded to the area of 64 North Avenue where a car drove into a utility around 3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26, the office reports. The vehicle shortly caught on fire and was quickly put out by the Wakefield Fire Department.  The woman was the sole occupant of the vehicle and was also a resident of Wakefield, the office reports. She was taken to a local hospital where she later died.  The only occupant of the vehicle was the operator who was a 51-year-old female resident of Wakefield. She was transported to the hospital where she later died. The crash is under investigation. 
    SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — A crash on I-295 South is causing a huge backup. This is in Springfield Township in Burlington County, just north of the Mount Holly Road exit. You can see a large tractor-trailer there with a car trapped underneath. READ MORE: Mega Millions Reaches $1.1B Jackpot Ahead Of Friday DrawingPolice say the vehicles collided and the car caught fire. READ MORE: Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Sues To Stop GOP-Backed Amendments On Abortion, VotingThere’s no word yet about any possible injuries. Police say right now only one lane is open. MORE NEWS: US Youth Soccer Eastern Presidents Cup To Be Hosted In Montgomery County In 2023Stay with CBSPhilly.com for updates on this developing story. 
    Four people died and one person was left critical in a crash involving two cars and a tractor trailer early Saturday, July 23 in Newark, authorities said. A car appeared to have rear-ended a tractor-trailer then burst into flames, spreading to the other car and the trailer around 4:20 a.m. on Frelinghuysen Avenue near Evergreen Avenue, Interim Newark Public Safety Director Raul Malave said. Four trapped occupants were pronounced dead while a fifth was hospitalized in critical condition. The incident remains under investigation. No further information was available. 
    NEWARK, N.J. (WABC) -- Four people were killed and another was in critical condition at the hospital following a fiery three-car crash in Newark early Saturday.According to police, officers responded to the intersection of Frelinghuysen Avenue and Evergreen Avenue just after 4:20 a.m. where the three vehicles were engulfed in flames.Firefighters put out the flames and pulled four people from the wreckage, but police said all four victims succumbed to their injuries.A fifth victim was taken to University Hospital, where he is listed in critical condition.This incident remains under investigation.----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New Jersey news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    NEWCASTLE (CBS13) – Two teenagers were killed when the Mini Cooper they were in crashed into a tree, then caught fire in Placer County late Thursday night. California Highway Patrol says, a little after 11 p.m., a vehicle that was heading westbound along Highway 193 lost control near Dutch Court and crashed off the road. READ MORE: 22-Year-Old Pennsylvania Woman Identified As Person Found Dead Inside Modesto Hotel RoomThe car then struck a tree on the north shoulder of the road. It then caught fire. READ MORE: 2 People Taken To Hospital For Smoke Inhalation After Rancho Cordova House FireAn 18-year-old male from Lincoln was driving the car, CHP says, while a 16-year-old male from Loomis was a passenger. Both suffered fatal injuries in the crash. Investigators believe speed was a factor in the car losing control. MORE NEWS: Raiders Legend Bo Jackson Revealed As Anonymous Donor Who Paid For Uvalde FuneralsThe names of the two teens killed have not been released at this point.
    ORANGE, Calif. (KABC) -- Three people were killed and four others, including two juveniles, were hospitalized in a fiery rollover crash in Orange, police said.At about 2:45 a.m., officers conducting a traffic stop at Lincoln Avenue and Glassell Street spotted a speeding car heading southbound on Glassell Street and "tried to catch up with it,'' said Sgt. Phil McMullin of the Orange Police Department.When they arrived at Glassell Street and Taft Avenue, the car was engulfed in flames. A nitrous oxide tank and balloons were found "in and around the vehicle,'' McMullin said.The vehicle "hit guardrails and signal lights related to a railroad crossing,'' the sergeant said.Three people were pronounced dead at the scene and paramedics rushed four people -- three with critical injuries and one with moderate injuries -- to hospitals, he said.Two of the three critically injured people were juveniles, according to investigators.DEVELOPING: More details will be added to this report as they become available.
    Justin Bieber's grandmother was involved in a a fiery car crash in Ontario this weekend, TMZ reported on Saturday. The singer–songwriter's step-grandmother Kathy, on his father Jeremy's side, was reportedly hit while stopped in her car on a city street. News of the crash broke via a Facebook public community page dedicated to classic cars in the Stratford area. DailyMail.com has reached out to representatives for Bieber for comment on the crash. Another family scare: Justin Bieber's grandmother is reportedly alive and well after surviving a fiery car crash in Ontario this weekend, TMZ reported Stratford is a city in Ontario, Canada, located north of London and west of Kitchener.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Hailey Bieber bares her midriff in t-shirt and shorts while... Justin Bieber slips into Drew ensemble alongside wife Hailey... Hailey Bieber showcases her toned abs in black crop top for... Hailey Bieber leans in to kiss husband Justin Bieber to... Share this article Share A photo of the aftermath of the incident made the rounds...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A person was killed in a single-vehicle crash Saturday night in Gresham on the South Side.The vehicle struck a post on a bridge about 11:50 p.m. in the 400-block of West 87th Street and burst into flames, Chicago police said.The Chicago Fire Department extinguished the flames and recovered a body from the vehicle, police said.RELATED: 2 dead in single-car crash on Eisenhower Expressway, Illinois State Police sayWitnesses said the vehicle, which appeared to be a truck, burst into flames on impact after speeding."I hear (screeching noise), like they lost control. They hit the viaduct, like the pole right there, soon as they hit the viaduct, hit the pole, the car went up in flames. That's when I'm seeing flames everywhere," Christina said.The Major Accidents Investigation Unit is investigating. The person killed has not yet been publicly identified.Sun-Times Media contributed to this report.
    HORRIFYING showed a fireball crash left one dead, a major interstate closed, and five people injured. A semi-trailer truck drifted onto the shoulder of the on the Interstate 75 highway in Florida and rammed into another parked semi-truck on Friday. 4Footage shows the hectic scene of the crash on exit 256 of interstate 75. 4Traffic was grounded to a halt for four hours after the crash. 4Aerial footage shows the horror of Friday morning's crash. Chaos ensued as the first semi’s gas tanks separated and flew into the air upon impact. It hit a Buick Enclave killing a 49-year-old passenger around 10:00 am this morning,  Florida Highway Patrol confirmed to WTVT. The parked truck’s trailer, which was carrying cotton clothes caught fire. The driver of the Buick, a 22-year-old man, and its two other passengers, four and ten-year-old boys suffered minor injuries. Read More NewsSMASH HORROR Rapper says rich residents smashed $30k car after being 'racially profiled'LOCKED UP AEW wrestler Jeff Hardy arrested for slew of charges including DUI Their relationship is unknown but the female passenger was...
    A trapped victim was extricated and rushed to a nearby hospital following a fiery two-car crash in Morris County, authorities said. The Mountain Lakes Volunteer Fire Dept. responded to the crash — which was initially reported as a car fire — at the intersection of Boulevard and Route 46 around 7:40 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14, the squad said. Upon arrival, the department confirmed a two-car crash with entrapment and worked quickly to rescue the trapped victim. The victim was then rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries, the department said. The scene was cleared in about 45 minutes. Scroll down to view additional photos. Assisting agencies include the Boonton Township Fire Department, Mountain Lakes Police, Par-Troy EMS, and Saint Clare’s EMS.
    OSWEGO, Ill. (WLS) -- Dramatic new video shows two Oswego police officers running toward a burning car and rescuing two people from it.You can see the car's engine is on a fire, after a crash.Officers Hayes and Vargas can be seen running toward the burning car before pulling the driver and passenger out.RELATED: Evanston fire: Surveillance video shows arson suspect lighting cars ablazeThey then worked to put out the flames.No one else was hurt in the crash.The driver was charged with DUI, among other offenses, Oswego police said."Things could have gone much worse," they said in a Facebook post Monday.
    Police arrested the driver of a car that smashed into a Virginia home and burst into flames late Tuesday night, May 17, after a short search, NBC4 reports. The car careened off of Old Colchester Road in Lorton and into the home just before 11 p.m. When Fairfax County police and firefighters arrived, the car was on fire, but the driver had ran away, the outlet said. Firefighters were able to put out the blaze before it spread to the home, but the damages from the impact were extensive, the report said.  The driver was found shortly thereafter, treated for his minor injuries, and arrested.  His name was not released, and authorities were looking into whether speed, drugs, or alcohol could have been a contributing factor in the hit-and-run, NBC said. Click here for the full story from NBC4.
    The Salem County motorist killed when his car smashed into a tree and burst into flames has been identified, authorities said. Christopher D. Leaf, 34, of Pennsville Township, was driving south on Interstate 295 in Carneys Point Township at about 10:30 p.m. on April 24 when his car left the interstate, according to New Jersey State Police. Leaf died of his injuries in the single-car crash, police said. No one else was in his car.
    PARAMOUNT, Calif. (KABC) -- Three California High Patrol officers and one civilian were taken to the hospital Thursday morning following a fiery crash on the 105 Freeway in the Paramount area.The crash happened just before 1:30 a.m. on eastbound lanes near Lakewood Boulevard, according to the CHP. That side of the freeway was completely shut down as a result.The CHP officers were apparently providing traffic control for a previous crash when a patrol car was struck by an oncoming car. The impact created a fireball, engulfing the CHP cruiser in flames.A witness to the crash says the civilian car was traveling incredibly fast."The person who actually hit the CHP car was in the diamond lane, going 90, 95...definitely faster than I was. They flew right past me...CHP had the lane closed with flares out, the driver applied no brakes and went straight into the CHP car, all four wheels off the ground," Robert Martinez.Downey fire officials confirmed to Eyewitness News that three officers and one other person were injured and transported, but details on their condition were not released.It's unclear...
    A driver was killed after his car caught fire on Interstate 295 in Salem County, authorities said.  The crash occurred at 10:29 p.m. on Sunday, April 24 southbound near milepost 5.6 in Carneys Point Township, according to State Police. A black Honda left the roadway and struck a tree, police said. The Honda became engulfed in flames and the driver sustained fatal injuries, police said. No one else was in the car. The driver's identity had not been determined as of Monday morning.
    A drunk driver whose car burst into flames after slamming into a garbage truck overnight in Emerson registered a preliminary blood-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit, authorities said. The 41-year-old Paterson driver told police he was heading home from work when his Nissan Altima slammed into the driver's side of the truck outside the Old Hook Farm on Old Hook Road at 4:15 a.m. Friday, April 22, Police Chief Michael Mazzeo said. The Altima's engine ignited, and flames quickly spread to the car's cabin and onto the truck, the chief said. The truck driver was OK, but the intoxicated motorist -- who registered a preliminary .25 on a breath test -- had to be treated for back pain and scrapes after firefighters extricated him from the sedan. Both vehicles had to be towed. Various charges and summonses were pending.
    A drunk driver whose car burst into flames after slamming into a garbage truck overnight in Emerson registered a blood-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit, authorities said. The 41-year-old Paterson driver told police he was heading home from work when his Nissan Altima slammed into the driver's side of the truck outside the Old Hook Farm on Old Hook Road at 4:15 a.m. Friday, April 22, Police Chief Michael Mazzeo said. The Altima's engine ignited, and flames quickly spread to the car's cabin and onto the truck, the chief said. The truck driver was OK, but the intoxicated motorist -- who registered a preliminary .25 on a breath test -- had to be treated for back pain and scrapes after firefighters extricated him from the sedan. Both vehicles had to be towed. Various charges and summonses were pending.
    Two people were saved from an extremely dangerous situation thanks to police and a citizen who were outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. The United States Capitol Police said at approximately 2:00 a.m. on Saturday, a Volkswagen Jetta drove through traffic cones and slammed into vehicle barriers near the Supreme Court building, WTOP News reported. The vehicle subsequently burst into flames. “Drivers in the area pulled over and exited their vehicles to help. A citizen and a Supreme Court Police Officer pulled the female driver and the male passenger away from the burning Volkswagen Jetta,” Capitol Police recounted in a news release. When emergency crews arrived, they put out the blaze and took the driver and passenger to the hospital with minor injuries. In a social media post on Saturday afternoon, Capitol Police shared photos of the scene that showed the burned-out car and where it rammed into the barrier: Good Samaritans Pull Suspected Impaired Driver & Passenger Away From Burning Vehicle: https://t.co/L8Z8gaecOg pic.twitter.com/7MJ5a6UlDY — U.S. Capitol Police (@CapitolPolice) April 9, 2022 Authorities said the driver, Zoe Williams, 22, may face charges such...
    Pennsylvania State Police Trooper David Beohm told the news organization on Monday afternoon that the fires were hampering a full investigation. “All it takes is one person to crash into something and you have to pull off the road, but when you continue to drive at highway speed, this is what happens,” he said. "Much of the Northeast is shivering in temperatures that are far below average for late March," Weather.com senior meteorologist Chris Dolce said Monday. "That cold air in combination with an upper disturbance is helping to generate scattered snow showers in the region, which can briefly drop visibility below half a mile and slicken roads." At least 50 vehicles involved in crash on I-81 www.youtube.com
    Terrified drivers who escaped a 60-vehicle pile-up on a Pennsylvania interstate Monday morning claim white-out conditions came out of nowhere and were followed by sounds of explosions. 'All of a sudden it was just noise – car hitting car, truck, explosion. Something blew up back there with that big fire. It was just terrible, unbelievable,' driver Bob Kenney told WNEP. At least five people were killed and more than 20 others injured as a result of the crash, police said.  'There was no visibility. I could only hear cars around me hitting each other,' echoed Lillie Weaver who was traveling to a university in the area. 'I was hearing loud bangs and explosions and then I saw the smoke.' The crash occurred on Interstate 81 in Schuykill County around 10.30am. Tractor-trailers and other vehicles reportedly lost control and slammed into each other, as people leapt away from careering trucks seconds before collision.  Three tractor trailers carrying unknown cargo were on fire when emergency personnel arrived and some smaller vehicles were also on fire.  John Blickley, with the Schuylkill County Office of Emergency...
    ANAHEIM, Calif. (KABC) -- Three young men were killed in a fiery single-vehicle crash in Anaheim overnight.The crash happened just before 2 a.m. near Harbor Boulevard and La Palma Avenue, according to the Anaheim Police Department. Police say a white Mercedes lost control and went airborne before striking a brick wall and fire hydrant.The vehicle was split in half and burst into flames. All three men inside, only described as being in their 20s, died.A police unit was nearby when the crash occurred and an officer tried to render aid, but the fire made it difficult.Police said there was no indication that the car was street racing.
    A woman and man who died in a head-on crash with a wrong-way driver last weekend were identified Wednesday. The crash happened about 3:40 a.m. Sunday in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80, when a Honda SUV going west and the wrong way slammed into a Tesla Model 3 just west of the Pomona Street exit, near the Carquinez Bridge, the California Highway Patrol said. Authorities identified the two as Madyson James, 29, of Emeryville, and Ruiju Ma, 38, of Vallejo. They have not said which person was driving which car. The two were alone in their cars. A Toyota Camry going east hit the SUV and the Tesla moments later, causing those cars to go up in flames, the CHP said. The Toyota driver suffered injuries the CHP said were minor. Authorities have not determined whether drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. Related Articles Teen who died in one-car Concord crash identified Multi-car pileup in Santa Cruz county claims two lives Motorcyclist killed in crash on Highway 17 ramp is identified...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Emergency crews remained on the scene of a fiery Washington Park crash in which two were killed and two more injured hours later early Tuesday morning.Two people died and two more were injured in a single-vehicle crash in Washington Park Monday night.Chicago police said the red SUV, which was carrying four people including the driver about 8:30 p.m., was driving east on Morgan Drive when it sideswiped a silver Chrysler sedan also driving east. It then veered off the road and struck a tree.Three people were trapped in the car and had to be extracted. One person was ejected, fire officials said.RELATED: Batavia car crash on Kirk Road leaves 2 dead, woman and young child injured: policeAs Chicago firefighters were working to rescue the victims, there appeared to be an explosion that threw them back. At times, the car was fully engulfed in flames.Two of the victims were pronounced dead at the scene, according to the fire department. The other two were taken to University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition.Police said the two victims who...
    JOLIET, Ill. (WLS) -- A fiery crash in Joliet has left one person dead and another injured.The crash happened just after 8:15 p.m. Tuesday near Glenwood Avenue and Springfield Avenue, according to police.Police said a 46-year-old woman driving a crossover sports utility vehicle was traveling westbound on Glenwood Ave. in the inside lane at a high rate of speed. As she approached the intersection of Springfield Ave, she struck the back of a sedan that was stopped at a red light. The impact forced the vehicle into a tree on the north side of the intersection before it burst into flames, according to a preliminary investigation.Responding officers tried to render aid to the driver in the sedan, but they were pronounced dead at the scene, according to officials.The driver of the sedan has not yet been identified.The woman driver was transported to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.The crash remains under investigation, police said.
    Two people were killed and another was hospitalized after a fiery crash on Interstate 695 in the District Tuesday night. D.C. police said the crash happened around 6:45 p.m. at the 11th street SE exit when a car hit a dump truck and caught fire. Two people were trapped inside the burning car. They were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash by authorities. The driver of the dump truck was transported to the hospital. Police expected the driver to be ok. Below is the area where the crash took place: WTOP’s Matthew Delaney contributed to this report.
    ABINGDON, Md. (WJZ) — Newly released bodycam footage shows three Harford County Sheriff’s Deputies in the right place, at the right time to save lives. The deputies happened to be driving on Feb. 16 in the area of Route 7 near Brass Mill Road when a head-on collision happened between a truck and a minivan. READ MORE: Howard County Board Of Education Votes To Go Mask-Optional March 1The deputies — identified as Senior Deputy Carlson, Deputy Marks and Deputy Copeland — sprung into action, pulling a dazed driver from the minivan, before finding the driver’s young son in the back seat. Chopper 13 was over the fiery crash READ MORE: Baltimore County Executive, Police Chief To Address Swell Of Disruptions In Towson“Are you awake? Your car’s on fire, come on,” one deputy told the driver after pulling open the door. The child, crying after the crash, was comforted by a deputy in a cruiser. Minutes later, the car was engulfed in flames. “This was certainly a life-threatening situation, and court deputies did the right thing,” Sheriff Jeff Gahler...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — In North Philadelphia, a man was killed in a fiery car crash Saturday morning on North Broad Street, police say. The wreck happened on the 2700 block of North Broad Street around 8 a.m. Police say a minivan was heading south on Broad Street when the driver swerved and hit a pole in the median, near North Philadelphia Station. The minivan burst into flames and trapped the driver inside. Medics say he was dead when they arrived.
    PACOIMA (CBSLA) — At least four people were injured in a two-car collision that occurred on the westbound 210 Freeway on Sunday evening. Jan. 30, 2021 (KCAL 9 News) A vehicle driving the wrong way collided with an oncoming vehicle, prompting the collision. According to an incident report from California Highway Patrol, one of the two vehicles caught on fire and four people are injured, two of which are in critical condition. This is a developing story. Check back for details. 
    TWO children are among five people hurt after a bus and car collided in a fiery crash. First responders said two people are in critical condition following the crash in South Los Angeles just after 8pm local time. 1Children are among five people hurt after a city bus and car crashed in Los AngelesCredit: cbs The bus caught fire after the crash, causing the six people onboard to rush off the vehicle. Two people from the car were taken to the hospital in critical condition, local police said. “The others, including 2 children from the vehicle, and the Bus Driver, have lesser injuries. All expected to be transported by LAFD ambulance to area hospitals,” KTLA quoted an alert as saying. The cause of the crash has not yet been revealed. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    SOUTH LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — According to Los Angeles Fire Department several people are injured following a collision between a car and a bus in South Los Angeles. The incident occurred on South Normandie Avenue, and five people, some of which are reportedly children, are said to have suffered injuries of varying severity. This is a developing story. Check back for details. 
    SAN RAFAEL (CBS SF) — California Highway Patrol investigators have determined a big-rig slammed into a car stalled on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, triggering a fatal collision that shut down eastbound traffic on the span for several hours. The driver of the car died in the collision. The CHP and Coroner’s Office did not release the crash victim’s name in its Thursday update. READ MORE: Health Experts Warn COVID Rapid Tests Are Less Reliable Than PCRCHP officers and fire crews responded to the eastbound span of the bridge at 6:56 p.m. Wednesday after receiving a call about a traffic collision involving a big-rig and a sedan. Scene of fatal crash and fire on the eastbound direction of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge on January 26, 2022. (Caltrans) Frightened 911 callers told officers the vehicles had exploded into flames. The truck driver had gotten out of the wreckage, the driver of the 1988 Toyota Supra could not be seen. READ MORE: Woman Found Dead During Visit With Friends at Home in Rohnert ParkAccording to the preliminary CHP investigation, a...
    A homeless man who jumped into action to rescue a Texas sheriff's deputy and others from a fiery car crash said he wishes he could have done more.  "I'm homeless. I was doing some work for someone. I was taking some tools back when I heard 'boom, boom, boom, boom, boom,'" Johnny Walker told ABC 13. "I ran out here to see what it is and I saw a lot of cars, but I paid attention to the fire. My instincts were to go to that car and help him out, because he was crushed in on both sides." Harris County Sheriff cruiser in a car crash Wednesday night (FOX 26) (fox 26) "I just wish I could have done a little more," he added. "When you have kids and family, even if you don't, it's just a critical point in time. It's not about color, it's about helping one another," Walker, who is Black, continued.  NEW YORK CITY GOOD SAMARITAN DIES TRYING TO SAVE VICTIM OF ALLEGED SUBWAY GANG ASSAULT A Harris County Sheriff’s deputy was involved in...
    VALLEJO, Calif. (KGO) -- Police are investigating a deadly car crash that happened in Vallejo on Saturday night.The incident occurred around 9:30p.m. on Shasta Street.Police say when officers arrived, they found a car engulfed in flames.RELATED: Fatal crash cleared from southbound lanes of Hwy 101 in Menlo ParkTwo people inside that car died after it crashed into a tree.According to the San Francisco Chronicle, an older adult suffered minor injuries after bystanders pulled him away from his car - which was hit by the other car before it crashed.He was treated and is expected to be okay.
    TUSTIN (CBSLA) – Two men were rushed to a hospital after a fiery crash on a Tustin roadway, apparently caused by driving at a high rate of speed, authorities said Wednesday. The crash was reported at 11:16 p.m. Tuesday on Tustin Ranch Road at Pioneer Road, according to Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Thanh Nguyen. READ MORE: Multiple Lanes Temporarily Closed On 101 Freeway In Studio CityIt appeared the car was moving at a high rate of speed when the driver lost control and crashed into a tree, Nguyen said. The impact caused the car to split in half and catch fire and it propelled the tree 20-30 feet, he said. READ MORE: Stormy Weather Returning With Rain, Snow; Voluntary Evacuations Warnings In Place In OCThe two men were “at least partially ejected” from the car, Nguyen said. MORE NEWS: Voluntary Evacuation Orders For Bond Fire Burn AreaParamedics took the men to a  hospital and their conditions were not available, he said.
    HAMMONTON, N.J. (CBS) — An Atlantic City girl who was the sole survivor of a crash that killed her three siblings along the Atlantic City Expressway is speaking exclusively with Eyewitness News. On Tuesday, the 12-year-old girl was walking around without any major injuries. She says a man helped save her life but she wishes she was able to help her siblings. READ MORE: Police: Man Shot 9 Times, Killed Inside North Philadelphia Business“I was just scared and scared for everyone in the car,” Michelle Khiev said. With just a small scratch by her left eye and some bruises on her head, 12-year-old Michelle Khiev remembers the heart-pounding moments she narrowly escaped a car that crashed into a toll booth and caught fire along the Atlantic City Expressway Sunday night. “It was on fire and I just opened the door and got out,” she said. “I was just worried for my other sister because I looked to my left to where my sister was sitting and the fire was blocking it.” After Michelle was out of the car and away...
    HAMMONTON, N.J. (CBS) — An Atlantic City girl who was the sole survivor of a crash that killed her three siblings along the Atlantic City Expressway is speaking exclusively with Eyewitness News. On Tuesday, the 12-year-old girl was walking around without any major injuries. She says a man helped save her life but she wishes she was able to help her siblings. READ MORE: Cars Line Up As Far As Eye Can See For COVID-19 Tests In South Jersey Ahead Of New Year Holiday“I was just scared and scared for everyone in the car,” Michelle Khiev said. With just a small scratch by her left eye and some bruises on her head, 12-year-old Michelle Khiev remembers the heart-pounding moments she narrowly escaped a car that crashed into a toll booth and caught fire along the Atlantic City Expressway Sunday night. “It was on fire and I just opened the door and got out,” she said. “I was just worried for my other sister because I looked to my left to where my sister was sitting and the fire was blocking...
    THREE siblings planning to surprise members of their New Jersey family died in a crash on Sunday evening, despite a state trooper's attempts to extinguish the fiery explosion. The victims included  31-year-old Reachthon “Tonny” Khiev and 27-year-old Reachsieh “Johnny” Khiev, both New Hampshire residents, and one of their younger sisters, Keotepie Khiev, 14. 314-year-old Keotepie KhievCredit: Family Photo 327-year-old Reachsieh “Johnny” KhievCredit: Family Photo 331-year-old Reachthon “Tonny” KhievCredit: Family Photo One passenger, the youngest sister, age 12, survived the crash. Video of the accident, captured on a cell phone, shows the family car crashing into an expressway toll booth on the Atlantic City Expressway near Hamilton Township, New Jersey, before going up in flames. A witness said a state trooper rushed toward the scene with a fire extinguisher, but the car exploded into flames. The youngest sister was rescued from the back seat, and a toll booth attendant was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. It's unclear what caused the crash, and a family friend who saw the brothers that day reportedly told local news media that neither of the...
    HAMMONTON, N.J. (CBS) — We now know the names of the 14-year-old girl and her two brothers killed in a fiery crash along the Atlantic City Expressway Sunday night. The car they were riding in slammed into a toll booth. A fourth passenger and toll booth worker was also hurt. READ MORE: Demand For COVID-19 Tests In Full Swing In Philadelphia Following Christmas WeekendThe crash killed three siblings. Their family is heartbroken and trying to understand how this happened. A witness says after the crash, the car caught fire before she heard an explosion. Cell phone video shows huge flames engulfing a car and thick smoke billowing into the air after a crash on the Atlantic City Expressway Sunday night. It happened near the Egg Harbor Toll Plaza in Hamilton Township. A woman who took the video says a state trooper rushed there with a fire extinguisher before she heard a loud boom. “That thing blew up, oh my gosh,” she said. A photo from after crews put out the flames shows the car entirely charred. State Police...