Two transported to hospital after a road accident involving a deputy

Two people were taken to a nearby hospital after being involved in a three-vehicle collision Wednesday morning that also involved a Santa Clarita Valley sheriff’s station deputy, according to law enforcement officials.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a traffic accident on Whites Canyon Road and Soledad Canyon Road in Canyon Country around 10:44 a.m., said Fire Department public information officer Ruben Muñoz. .

Firefighters arrived at the scene at 10:50 a.m., he added. The three-vehicle collision included a sheriff’s deputy, he confirmed.

Two people were taken to a nearby hospital for injuries. However, the extent of the injuries was not available, Muñoz said.

sergeant. Dimitry Barkon of SCV Sheriff’s Station said the deputy involved in the traffic accident was a school resource officer responding to another incident involving a deputy at Golden Valley High School.

The SRO suffered “minor and superficial injuries” from the collision with the vehicle, Barkon added.

According to Barkon, the ORS was on their way to Golden Valley High School to assist in the detention of a student when the collision occurred. However, deputies are still investigating the cause of the vehicle’s collision.

As of Wednesday afternoon, details surrounding the Golden Valley High School student’s detention are still under investigation, according to Barkon.