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Commuter van crash

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Los Angeles County Fire Department rescue personnel pull a victim out of the ravine where a commuter van carrying workers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory crashed. The van, on the way to JPL from the Antelope Valley, tumbled about 200 feet down an embankment from the Angeles Crest Highway in the Angeles National Forest. Three workers were killed and two others critically injured. (Annie Wells / LAT)
Relief
Rescue personnel are jubilant after pulling a JPL worker from a commuter van crash along Angeles Crest Highway. From left, Capt. Anthony Penn, La Cañada / Los Angeles County Fire Department; Bob Webber, Montrose Search and Rescue; and Robert Sheedy, Montrose Search and Rescue. (Annie Wells / LAT)
On board
Los Angeles County Fire Department rescue personnel secure a victim of a van crash for a flight to a local hospital. The person was one of 10 JPL workers in the the commuter van that crashed along Angeles Crest Highway on its way from the Antelope Valley. Three of the workers were killed and two others were critically injured. (Annie Wells / LAT)
Crash scene
Emergency personnel work to rescue victims at the bottom of the ravine where a commuter van on the way to JPL from the Antelope Valley tumbled about 200 feet down an embankment from the Angeles Crest Highway in the Angeles National Forest. Three of the 10 JPL workers in the van were killed and two others were critically injured. (Annie Wells / LAT)
Carried to safety
Search and rescue personnel carry a victim of the commuter van crash to a waiting ambulance. The victim, a JPL worker, was found up the ravine from where the van came to rest after going off Angeles Crest Highway. Three of the 10 JPL workers in the van were killed and two others were critically injured. (Annie Wells / LAT)
Air lift
Los Angeles County Fire Department rescue personnel pull a victim of a commuter van crash into a helicopter for transport to a local hospital. The van, with 10 JPL workers on board, went off Angeles Crest Highway on its way from the Antelope Valley. Three of the workers in the van were killed and two others were critically injured. (Annie Wells / LAT)
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