[Update: 12:00 p.m.:] Both victims whose vehicle went over the side of Latigo Canyon Road Sunday, Nov. 13, were rescued through a coordinated effort of Los Angeles County Fire, Sheriff’s officials and California Highway Patrol.
“We were able to rescue them out of the car around 11:22 this morning, and they were transported to the hospital via air,” Supervising Sgt. Ed Pickett with LACo Fire told The Malibu Times Sunday.
Latigo Canyon Road was open and with traffic running normally as of noon Sunday.
Emergency crews were working to rescue two people whose vehicle went over the side of Latigo Canyon Road Sunday morning.
The call came in about 10:15 a.m. Sunday, according to Supervisor Bernard Peters with Los Angeles County Fire. A coordinated effort of LACO Fire, Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s and California Highway Patrol were on scene to rescue the two.
“We don’t know how far they are over the side, but there are helicopters there,” Peters described at about 11:15 a.m. “One patient was topside — they’re getting the second patient out from inside the vehicle.”
The vehicle had gone over the side near the 2500 block of Latigo, about 12.5 miles up the winding canyon road.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.