Car Plunges 300 Feet Off Mountain Road in Glendora

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glendora-picGLENDORA, Calif. (KTLA) — Authorities say that racing may be to blame for a single-car crash that left the driver in critical condition.

The crash happened just before midnight on Wednesday along Glendora Mountain Road, near mile marker 7.

The car flew some 300 feet down the mountainside, authorities said.

Emergency crews said the driver was thrown from the vehicle. He was airlifted to an area hospital in critical condition.

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  • RCastel

    They seriously need some speed bump and speed traps on that road. Too many cars going over, too many cyclist in danger, and too many motorcyclist getting in way over their head with all these technical turns. Not enough patrol cars up there.

  • John Smith

    I don't think that's the solution….those cops would be better needed some where else…you are talking about adding more cops & bumps in a MOUNTAIN???….so yeah lets do that in every mountain around LA area…plus what CYCLIST is going out to a mountain in the middle of the night?? 0.o

    I think this needs a completely difference approach…most of these people are really kids..and I'm sure it was not different this time….

    Rather then adding cops maybe add a station at the entrance to the mountain that will advice those drivers of the dangers or give guidelines or it might need a different approach all together…

    These are public roads and I don't believe they should be secluded or change because some people are making bad decisions!