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Student car flipped in LV accident

Nobody was seriously injured Monday when a white Toyota Corolla collided with a University of La Verne student’s PT Cruiser causing the Cruiser to flip over on the corner of D Street and Arrow Highway, less than half a block from campus.

University of La Verne junior Samantha Toia was clearly shaken after her PT Cruiser flipped at roughly 5 p.m., car parts and its contents spilling out into the busy boulevard.

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