Car Crash on Malibu Film Shoot Leaves Three Injured

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PCH was closed down in Malibu on Tuesday after a car crash

Three pedestrians were taken to area hospitals, including one person who was airlifted.

Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu was closed in both directions after a car struck three pedestrians and a fire hydrant during a film shoot, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. 

The collision took place at 20310 PCH at 8 p.m., and the investigation is ongoing, the Los Angeles Sheriff Department said. Westbound lanes were reopened at 9:30 p.m., and all lanes had reopened by early Wednesday morning. 

"One of the pedestrians was airlifted to a local hospital; the other two were transported to local hospitals," Lt. Jennifer Seetoo told THR. Their conditions are not known.

The incident took place during a shoot for the psychological thriller Deadly Prank, which stars Beverley Mitchell (7th Heaven), Tom Green and Erik Roberts

 

Email: Ryan.Gajewski@THR.com
Twitter: @_RyanGajewski

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