Updated March 25, 2:30 p.m.:
A Toyota Corolla and GMC Yukon crashed at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Temescal Canyon Road in Pacific Palisades on Wednesday afternoon. Both drivers were transported to area hospitals, according to Palisades Patrol.
According to initial reports from the patrol's CEO Scott Wagenseller, the Yukon was traveling eastbound on Sunset and attempting to turn right onto Temescal Canyon Road. The Toyota Corolla was reportedly traveling northbound on Temescal Canyon Road in the southbound lanes and hit the Yukon at the intersection near 1 p.m.
The driver of the Toyota is in critical condition and was transported to UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. Wagenseller said the Yukon driver was transported to St. John's Hospital.
According to LAPD's West Traffic Division on March 25, the driver of the Toyota, an 80-year-old woman, is still in the hospital as of Friday, March 22 and listed in serious condition. The driver of the Yukon, a 73-year-old man, was released from the hospital and complained of pain. The investigation is ongoing.
Pali Patrol reported that southbound Temescal Canyon Road was closed for four hours on March 20.
Patch will update this incident as more information becomes available.