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Car Plunges Off Cliff In Angeles National Forest, Two Found Dead

The view from Glendora Ridge. (Photo by sholaisen via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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A car apparently went off a cliff in Angeles National Forest, and authorities found two dead bodies this morning.

Around 8 a.m., police got calls from people who thought they'd seen a car tumble off Glendora Ridge Road, the street that leads up to Mt. Baldy, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports.

Around 11:15, authorities found the car with two bodies inside it. The victims' names were not released.

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