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04-12-18  10:55 PM    

NB I-5 @ Alicia Pkwy

Mission Viejo, CA

Will Ferrell, legendary comedian/actor, was "unhurt" following a two-car crash in which he was involved, Thursday night, April 12, 2018, on Santa Ana Freeway 5 (I-5), in Mission Viejo, California. Ferrell, 50, was taken by ambulance to a nearby Orange County hospital where doctors confirmed that he had sustained no injuries in the incident. The collision occurred when the 22-year-old driver of a Toyota Highlander fell asleep at the wheel, sideswiping the right rear panel of the chauffeur-driven Lincoln SUV in which Ferrell was a passenger, and causing it to lose control; the SUV then collided with a center highway divider, after which it flipped over. Ferrell was returning from San Diego where he had appeared earlier that evening, taping a comedic "Funny Or Die" event at the Oceanside High School Performing Arts Center, as part of a nonpartisan "Glam Up the Midterms" voter registration campaign, aimed at encouraging young voters to participate in the national November 2018 midterm elections. According to California Highway Patrol Sergeant Richard Peacock, the driver of the Toyota was not hurt and was neither ticketed nor detained. CHP Officer Rafael Reynoso stated that neither drugs nor alcohol appeared to have been a factor in the crash. Of the four people in the SUV, the 3 - including Ferrell - who were wearing seat belts were all relatively unharmed. A CHP officer said that major injuries were sustained by a young woman passenger who was not wearing a seat belt in the SUV.

05-15-18  1:34 PM    

11 Mareblu

Aliso Viejo, CA

05.15.18 | 1:34PM 11 Mareblu Aliso Viejo, CA LA-OC.tv News A deadly explosion in an Aliso Viejo medical/dental arts center at 11 Mareblu killed one and injured three early Tuesday afternoon as authorities hurried to contain the scene and secure the surrounding area while also attempting to determine the cause of the blast. A preschool - Academy on the Hills - was among the nearby buildings evacuated as a safety precaution. Early speculation by responding agencies arose from contradictory location reports which included a suspected gas explosion, a construction work incident inside the building, and an alleged vehicular crash at 5 Mareblu. Reports of an earlier bomb threat could not be verified by press time. The Orange County Sheriff's Dept. tweeted that Oso Parkway, Moulton Parkway, and La Paz Road were closed to facilitate the investigations, with an appeal for spectators to avoid the area. This is an active scene; updates will be forthcoming. 05.15.18 | 8:00 PM - UPDATE LA-OC.tv News Investigations continue as multiple agencies comb through the wreckage of this afternoon's explosion inside the ground floor of a 11 Mareblu medical/dental building in Aliso Viejo, CA. The blast killed one woman who was inside the building and injured three who were nearby her, also blowing out exterior windows and sending debris flying into the lawn and parking areas outside of the building. Personnel from the Orange County Fire Authority, bomb squad & hazmat (hazardous materials) team; Orange County Sheriff's Crime Investigation Department; FBI; Homeland Security; the AFT (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives); S.W.A.T. and others all assisted to help determine the cause of the blast. 05.16.18 | 6:00 PM - UPDATE: LA-OC.tv News The victim of yesterday's fatal fire and explosion in Aliso Viejo has been officially identified as 48-year-old Hungarian-born Ildiko Krajnyak, a resident of Trabuco Canyon, according to Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes. She was a licensed aesthetician and co-owner/operator of the day spa known as Magyar Kozmetika, the site of yesterday's violent suspected crime scene at 11 Mareblu. According to her web site, Krajnyak's business specialized in "skin care, eyelash service, waxing", microdermabrasion, etc. Shortly after 1 PM yesterday the explosion tore through the medical & dental arts office building where Magyar Kozmetica was located on the ground floor; the blast resulted in Krajnyak's death and injuries to three other women in close proximity to her. Two of the injured women underwent surgery yesterday while the third woman was treated for smoke inhalation; all three are expected to recover. The building reportedly had been undergoing some renovation at the time of the incident, causing early bystander speculation that the incident might have arisen from construction-related factors or perhaps an explosive gas leak. Others said they'd heard that a car had rammed the building. The only point on which all agreed was that a tragedy had occurred - and no one had ever seen so many emergency responders pouring in altogether from every direction. However, the size and nature of the blast, and Krajnyak's specific injuries, led authorities to pursue specific individualized crime-related theories, including the potential for a deliberate domestic violence incident with deadly purpose, perhaps perpetrated by using an intentional incendiary device detonated from inside a reportedly "suspicious" box that may have been delivered to the victim's office suite. For now there is not yet any irrefutable evidence to prove absolute cause-and-effect to solve this alleged crime. Various agency crime investigators are searching the site for more specific evidence of the cause, to determine conclusively if the incident was accidental or intentional. Assistant Director in charge of the Los Angeles FBI's field office, Paul Delacourt, stated that evidence has been sent for analysis at FBI headquarters in Quantico, Virginia. Meanwhile, investigations by federal, state, and local authorities are meticulous and ongoing. Anyone with any information involving this alleged crime case is urged to immediately contact the FBI's Major Case Contact Center [1.800.225.5324], and/or online, at: https://tips.fbi.gov/

05-13-18  1:36 AM    

E McFadden Ave & S Maple St

Santa Ana, CA

 

05-11-18  7:40 PM    

25000 Block Marina Cir

Mission Viejo, CA

05-10-18  6:12 PM    

1103 S Oxford St

Lake Forest, CA

05-09-18  10:52 PM    

Glenn Ranch Rd & Viejo Ridge Dr S

Lake Forest, CA

 

05-08-18  6:26 PM    

Silverado Canyon Rd & Santiago Canyon Rd

Silverado Canyon, CA

 

05-07-18  6:34 PM    

Entertainment & Irvine Center Drive

Irvine, CA

 

05-01-18  10:26 AM    

Ridge Route Dr & Mounton Pkwy

Laguna Hills, CA

 

04-28-18  6:36 PM    

2910 W 1st St

Santa Ana, CA

 

04-28-18  5:21 PM    

1103 S Oxford St

Los Angeles, CA

 

04-19-18  11:36 PM    

SB 405 @ Irvine Center Dr 

Irvine, Ca

Griffith Observatory overlooks the Los Angeles Basin from the south face of Mount Hollywood, also providing exceptional views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding areas.  With its spectacular public access Zeiss Telescope, views of the Hollywood Hills impress as well.  The museum, built in 1935, features Griffith’s laser projection show, dazzling visitors with cosmos tours shown on the domed ceiling in the Planetarium.

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