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3 motorists shaken but unhurt in Canyon Country collision

2-year-old triplets also uninjured

Posted: May 7, 2012 5:14 p.m.
Updated: May 7, 2012 5:14 p.m.

A Honda Civic is seen overturned in the westbound lanes of Soledad Canyon Road near Solamint Road in Canyon Country on Monday.

 


A three-vehicle collision in Canyon Country today in which a compact car reportedly flipped, crossed a raised median and then collided with on-coming traffic shook up three the motorists but injured none of them seriously, a witness said.

Among those involved in the collision were three 2-year-old triplets in the backseat of an SUV.

"The babies are all OK They were asleep in their car seats, but now they're awake," said a witness who was driving behind the SUV and stopped to help when the collision occurred.

At about 3:55 p.m., deputies with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station received a report of an overturned car near the intersection of Solamint Road and Soledad Canyon Road near Sierra Highway, said Lt. Tom Bryski.

According to the witness, three vehicles were involved in the collision.

A woman driving alone westbound on Soledad in a black Honda Civic flipped and crossed the median, the witness said.

The Civic collided with a GMC Yukon traveling in the opposite direction, the witness said.

A third car, a Toyota, also became involved in the collision, she said.

None of the drivers or their respective passengers, including the triplets - two boys and a girl - were injured, the witness said.

jholt@the-signal.com
661-287-5527

 

 

 

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