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2 dead, 2 teens in critical condition after Woodland Hills crash

September 26, 2012 | 12:40 pm

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Two adults were killed and two teenagers were in critical condition after their Toyota Rav 4 hit a parked car and rolled over Wednesday morning in Woodland Hills, authorities said.

The Toyota was traveling east in the 20400 block of West Califa Street about 10:50 a.m. when it apparently ran a stop sign and crashed into a parked car. The Toyota rolled over and two adults in the car were pronounced dead at the scene, according to Los Angeles police.

Two teenagers in the car were taken to a hospital, where they are in critical condition, police said.

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Photo: Investigators at the scene of a double-fatality accident in Woodland Hills. Credit: Al Seib /  Los Angeles Times

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