ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST (CBSLA) — A car plunged one hundred feet off a mountain road in the Angeles National Forest Monday, starting a small vegetation fire.

Courtesy LA Sheriff’s Department

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LA County fire fighters put the fire out and the LA Sheriff’s Department sent a tactical medical team to the site and they airlifted the driver to a trauma center. The person’s condition is unknown at this time.

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The accident occurred on Glendora Mountain Road bear Monroe. Please check in with cbsla.com for more updates.

Courtesy Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department

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