Injuries Reported in Malibu Traffic Accident on Pacific Coast Highway near Tonga Street
MALIBU, CA (April 12, 2021) – Saturday afternoon, four people sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle crash on Pacific Coast Highway near Tonga Street.
According to California Highway Patrol and Ventura County Fire Department, the incident happened at around 3:55 p.m. Moreover, it occurred on Pacific Coast Highway near Tonga Street and near the popular Neptune’s Net restaurant.
Reports revealed that two motorcycles, one of which is a Harley Davidson and a four-door BMW car were involved in the incident.
Also, responders transported one motorcycle rider to Ventura County Medical Center via helicopter with major injuries. Meanwhile, another rider and a nine-year-old were taken to Los Robles Regional Medical Center. CHP said that at least four people were injured in the crash.
Furthermore, the incident closed Pacific Coast Highway, and traffic was backed up in both directions for more than two hours.
Moreover, an oil spill required the Caltrans immediate attention in the area.
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