Malibu Car has been involved in at least one fatal crash in California and one in Los Angeles, but authorities are searching for a second driver, who was driving the vehicle, a California Highway Patrol official told reporters.
“We have been in contact with two people in custody who have left Malibu for California,” CHP spokesperson Steve McCausland told reporters on Tuesday.
“There was a crash, but we don’t know what caused it.
We’re not sure what the injuries are.” “
The other person is wanted for a crash that took place in California.
We’re not sure what the injuries are.”
Two men were taken to a hospital with minor injuries, according to the CHP.
The vehicle is described as a 2017 white Ford Escort with an unoccupied license plate.
Investigators believe the driver was driving while intoxicated, McCauslland said.
The CHP said in a statement on Wednesday that the driver’s vehicle is not registered in California, but it was reported to have been registered in Arizona.
It said it is working with authorities in Arizona to identify the third person, who could be in custody in that state.
The state is experiencing a shortage of medical care due to the wildfires that have destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses, and the CHC said that medical care is “critical”.
The fires have been devastating across California, and officials are working to find the missing man.
The California Highway and Transportation Department said it was looking for a driver in the westbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Malibu, near the Los Angeles County-Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) terminal.
CHP spokesman Steve McCusland said on Tuesday that a car that was involved in the crash in Malibu was a white Ford Escape.
“That car has a white stripe down the side of the roof, and we have no indication at this point that there is anything wrong with that car,” McCauslands said.
He added that the vehicle was travelling at the “high speed” of 55 mph when it crashed.
The driver of the car that crashed into the Malibu police car, however, was later arrested and charged with intoxication manslaughter.
The Malibu officer was taken to the hospital and released on a $20,000 bail, according the CHT, and he is expected to appear in court on Thursday.
Authorities are not releasing any information about the third suspect, but they said that the car had been reported stolen and that it was believed to be driven by a white male.
The Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday night that a man who fled the crash and was seen fleeing the scene of the crash, had been arrested on suspicion of DUI.
“This is not a chase, and this is not an armed robbery, so this is just a reckless driving situation,” Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said, according with the LA Times.