A 20-year-old Glendale man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two vehicular manslaughter charges in connection to an August 2012 crash in Valley Village that led to the electrocutions of two women who rushed to the scene to help.
A judge ordered a 20-year-old Glendale man to stand trial on vehicular manslaughter charges for an August 2012 crash in Valley Village that led to the electrocutions of two women who rushed to the scene to help.
The collision was reported at at 7:34 p.m. at 11000 Magnolia Boulevard., near Vineland Avenue, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott said.
A state senator has proposed a bill that would keep the alcohol flowing at bars and clubs until 4 a.m.
A Glendale man pleaded not guilty Monday morning to charges stemming from the August electrocution deaths of two good Samaritans in Valley Village.
Two Good Samaritans who were electrocuted trying to help the driver of a car crash in Valley Village in August may have saved the lives of two police officers.
A Glendale resident has turned himself in to police after being served a warrant in connection with a deadly car accident in Valley Village, authorities reported.
The Vice Presidential debate turned out only to be the second-best political fight on TV on Thursday night.
Detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying an attempted burglary suspect who allegedly tried to entire a home in the San Fernando Valley.
City Councilman Paul Krekorian Thursday will launch a fundraising effort to cover ambulance fees being charged to the families of two women who were electrocuted when they tried to assist a motorist whose SUV crashed in Valley Village.
Fundraising Effort To Be Announced For Families Billed For Emergency Services In Valley Village Crash
A Los Angeles councilman Thursday is planning to announce an effort to raise emergency services funds for the families of two good Samaritans who were killed last week trying to help a driver who crashed in Valley Village.
The City Fire department may cancel the bills for paramedic services for the families of two good Samaritans who were electrocuted at a traffic crash in Valley Village.
Crisis counseling sessions were held Saturday following a tragic car crash that led to the deaths of two women, described as Good Samaritans.
To most people in Los Angeles, the two women who died trying to save the life of a motorist who crashed in Valley Village Wednesday are heroes.
The sister of the driver in the Valley Village crash that killed two good Samaritans said her brother blames himself for the accident, but he wasn’t street racing.