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Of 2 Hollywoods: Elderly Driver Crashes into Post Office, HazMat Sent to Fuming Situation

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Of Hollywood Way
At least two people were injured when a car crashed into a Burbank post office today at noon near Hollywood Way and Empire Avenue reported KCBS. Both victims were taken to a hospital.

Of Hollywood Blvd.
Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department reported a lunchtime HazMat Investigation at the Hollywood and Highland complex where fumes were coming out of a janitorial area. Three male maintenance workers with minor illness complaints were sent to the hospital and no evacuations were in order.

Humphrey described the situation as "static" once all was said and done.

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