A rollover crash in Woodland Hills Wednesday left two adults dead and two children critically injured.
Two adults died and two children were injured after a rollover traffic collision in Woodland Hills Wednesday.
The two children were taken to Northridge Hospital in critical condition after they were extricated from a smashed vehicle, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Video from the scene showed the children being treated by paramedics at the side of the road.
Aerial video showed a silver Toyota RAV4 with a white sheet over its caved-in windshield. A white pickup truck was nearby with a crumpled front end.
Sgt. Ed Waschak of the Los Angeles Police Department's Valley Traffic Division said that the small SUV had crossed an intersection going eastbound and had collided with the legally parked and unattended truck.
A man and woman in the front seats were killed, Waschak said. Their names were not released.
He said the hospital estimated that the children in the back seat were ages 8 and 14. Their conditions were serious and "not stable," Waschak said at about 3 p.m.
The crash occurred at 10:47 a.m. at 20400 W. Califa Street, on a suburban street south of Pierce College (map).