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Car strikes pole on Laguna Canyon Road
February 15, 2012
Laguna Canyon Road was reopened Wednesday morning after a car crash caused its closure Tuesday night. Wednesday after a van struck a pole on the side of the road and knocked it over. The driver, Sloane Violet Friedmann, 18, was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of drugs, Lt. Jason Kravetz said in a statement. to repair it. OCFA Fire Capt. Friday, according to the coroner. She died at the scene, according to the coroner. The cause of the vehicle leaving the road was unclear. 20, according to the Laguna Beach Police Department. Louise Callus said in an email. Several large Verizon wires came down when a bracket on the pole failed, she said. Of the two cars hit,
one received minor damage and the other moderate damage. when the truck’s driver noticed smoke billowing out of his truck on Laguna Canyon Road, Division Chief Dan Stefano said. The driver, who wasn’t injured, pulled into a parking lot at Broadway and Forest Avenue, close to a fire station. The City Council voted Tuesday to retain RBF Consulting to analyze the road from Forest Avenue to El Toro Road, taking into consideration other projects under consideration or underway, and come up suggestions for a comprehensive plan for the entire stretch, as proposed by Councilman Robert Whalen. WHAT’S BEHIND IT: The four mile project will expand the roadway to two lanes in each direction, divided by a median that separates the north and southbound lanes by landscaping and elevation and moves the road west, away from two natural lakes. Construction began January 2003,
but planning started long before that. Supervisor Tom Reilly appointed an advisory committee to reach consensus on the alignment and design of the road.