The California Highway Patrol is investigating an injury collision Friday night that sent a white van plummeting off the Interstate 210 freeway and left at least two occupants injured.
The van drove down the embankment on the eastbound side of the freeway west of Lone Hill Avenue and came to a rest on its side five feet from the Metrolink tracks. One of the occupants, only described as a male, reportedly walked away from the crash and was found bleeding from the hands on Lone Hill, according to CHP traffic logs.
The crash was reported at 10:20 p.m.
While CHP officers on scene were unwilling to give any other details, they were working through a language barrier with the occupants, all of whom are Asian.
A helicopter was summoned by Glendora Police to locate the crash scene.
One injured occupant was wheeled out on a stretcher from the collision under the 210 overpass west of Lone Hill to a waiting ambulance. A young woman was walked out by Los Angeles County Firefighters as she clutched a young child. Both she and the child were taken away in a second ambulance.
According to CHP traffic logs, the white van was reportedly seen swerving before it crashed.
Tow trucks were on scene to retrieve the van.
The injured occupants were transported by ground for treatment.