CHP and fire crews at the scene of the crash in Santa Clarita. Courtesy OnScene.TV
CHP and fire crews at the scene of the crash in Santa Clarita. Courtesy OnScene.TV

A car went down an embankment in the Angeles National Forest early Monday morning, but the two people inside weren’t hurt, the California Highway Patrol reported.

The accident was reported at Sand Canyon and Little Tujunga Canyon roads at 2:05 a.m., said CHP Officer Monica Posada. The vehicle went down between 100 and 150 feet.

Los Angeles County firefighters helped the car’s occupants get up the embankment but the decision was made to leave the car until daylight, when two tow trucks would be used to try to pull the car back to the road, Posada said.

City News Service

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