San Fernando Valley roundup: Metrolink survivors still recovering, Three die in Studio City crash and North Hollywood man arrested in parents' death

Good morning, readers. Today is Sunday, September 9. A retired couple who live in Woodland Hills got a surprise phone call in June from their neighbors at their shared house in Twentynine Palms asking if they gave someone clearance to clean out the home. 

The house, which was paid for in cash and never had a mortgage, was cleaned out by Wells Fargo, who apparently mistook it for a nearby foreclosed property, according to ABC

A 25-year-old North Hollywood man was arrested Friday in connection to the death of his parents, reports L.A. Times

Three people died when the driver of a BMW crashed into a building and started a fire in Studio City early Sunday, reports KTLA. The young trio were out celebrating a friend's 21st birthday, and friends say the driver had been drinking, according to the article.

A Reseda man was killed in a motorcycle crash Friday on the 5 Freeway, according to the Daily News.

Four years ago this Wednesday, a Metrolink train collided with a freight train in Chatsworth, resulting in 25 deaths. The survivors of the tragic accident are still recovering, and some have lost their jobs. L.A. Times

-- Tiffany Kelly, Times Community News

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