Driver Trapped After Two-Car Crash in Woodland Hills

Two cars collided on De Soto Avenue before one slammed into a utility pole

By Jonathan Lloyd
|  Friday, Dec 28, 2012  |  Updated 8:01 AM PDT
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Two drivers admitted to traveling at speeds near 100 mph before a crash in Woodland Hills, according to police. Video broadcast Friday Dec. 28, 2012 on Today in LA.

Two drivers admitted to traveling at speeds near 100 mph before a crash in Woodland Hills, according to police. Video broadcast Friday Dec. 28, 2012 on Today in LA.

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The driver of a Nissan 250Z was trapped in the car Thursday night after he crashed into a utility pole in Woodland Hills.

Fire-rescue personnel rescued the trapped driver, who was involved in a two-car crash in the 5800 block of De Soto Avenue. Both drivers admitted to traveling at speeds around 100 mph, police said.

No serious injuries were reported in the 11:30 p.m. crash.

The Nissan and a Scion sedan were southbound on De Soto Avenue when they collided. The Nissan struck the pole, and the Scion crashed into a curb.

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