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Woodland Hills crash texting and driving | Raw Footage

Woodland Hills Crash

A female driver heading West on Erwin St ran a stop sign and rolled it, crashing her red brand new mustang into the parked cars 

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A Woodland Hills woman driver was reportedly texting and driving her newer model Cobra Mustang 2016 when she crashed it into 3 parked cars April 30, 2017 9:30 p.m. 22100 block of Erwin St. cross street Glade Ave. Woodland Hills, CA

Police arrived to assist the uninjured female who was already climbing outside of her rolled red Cobra Mustang and as officers approached the woman, she began to shout and cry about how she was angry at her boyfriend, that his texting her distracted her from driving. She was amazingly ok but a little shaken and Police had to try to get her to calm down so the Paramedics on scene could assist her in a few minor cuts on her forehead.

The accident all started when the driver in the red Mustang had been speeding from Topanga Cyn. Bl. signal traffic light westbound on Erwin St. and as she approached the intersection of Glade Ave. at Erwin St. westbound at a very irregular high rate of speed burning rubber like a street race, she failed to yield the four-way stop sign at this intersection and her car veered to the right lanes and into the rear of one parked car which created her Ford Mustang Cobra to flip vigorously and violently multiple times into the middle of Erwin St.

One young woman, 28 years old was transported to a local emergency room after she was noted as being sitting in the driver's seat of the first car which the Ford Mustang Cobra had impacted into it's reared first while approaching the parked cars along the North side of Erwin St. just about 50ft west from Glade Ave. Police said. 

OPG Howard Sommer's provided the transportation for the red Ford Mustang Cobra and the other cars were still at the scene. Side swiping 2 other cars and one rear ended. The 28 year old woman was released from the local hospital on her own a few hours later. No other reported injuries here. Fire station 105 and Fire Chief Tim S. on scene as incident command. E305, l.a.f.d., Fire truck E105, R.A. E72 Hook and Ladder E105 Station 105 Firefighters, L.A.P.D. Topanga Police on scene. 

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Fire Chief in command Tim S. L.A.F.D. authorized a Rescue ambulance to transport the young female to the hospital pending treatment inside the emergency room. E105, lafd City Fire Department on scene, Hook & Ladder E105, Truck 105, Truck E305, RA72 transporting female.