Woman dead after being hit by a bus on 101 Freeway in Calabasas (Calabasas, CA)

On Friday night, a woman lost her life after she was hit by a bus in Calabasas.

As per the initial information, the fatal pedestrian collision took place on the 101 Freeway at around 7:39 p.m. The early reports showed that the woman was driving her SUV when it broke down on the northbound freeway just north of Parkway Calabasas. As the woman got out of her car, she got struck by a bus.

The woman suffered major injuries and was declared dead at the scene by the officials. The identity of the deceased will be revealed once the next of kin is notified. While all lanes were temporarily blocked, by 8:30 p.m., traffic started to move again, authorities reported. No further details were provided.

The incident remains under investigation.

July 16, 2022

Source: KTLA

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