BREAKING NEWS: Firefighters Respond To Mountain Crash

Photo by Aaron Castrejon.

UPDATE, 10:51 p.m.: After initially reporting a victim inside the crashed vehicle, firefighters report no one was found inside the crashed car, firefighters said.

A Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter aided search and rescue with a spotlight and was able to confirm no victims found.

PREVIOUSLY: Los Angeles County Firefighters are attempting to search for a possible victim in a vehicle over the side on Glendora Mountain Road.

Firefighters lowered medics down to the crashed car about 350 feet over the side and ave located one victim inside the car, but are unable to access the vehicle, according to information provided by the Los Angeles County Fire Department public information Twitter feed.

The San Dimas Search and Rescue team from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will hike down to the vehicle to assess the patient.

The vehicle was discovered near mile marker 7.75 about 30 minutes ago, according to Los Angeles County Fire radio traffic.