A vehicle drove over the side of a bridge on Soledad Canyon Road near Agua Dulce Canyon Road early Thursday morning.
Los Angeles County Fire units arrived at 8:37 a.m. to find a vehicle in the Santa Clara River bed.
“A vehicle drove over a bridge down about 200 feet and we did have a patient transported to a hospital,” said Charisma Murillo, a County Fire Department representative.
Murillo said paramedics transported the patient, who appeared to be the only passenger in the vehicle. The person is believed to have sustained moderate but non-life-threatening injuries, according to initial reports.
The cause of the crash and the vehicle description were not immediately available, according to Murillo.
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