How did I know a Toyota Camry was involved?
The most serious crash occurred when a Woodland Hills woman, who is believed to have been talking on a cell phone, ran a red light at Woodman Avenue, officials said. Her Toyota Camry hit the bus and then spun around and hit it again before stopping, they said.
The woman suffered a serious injury, but was in good condition late Wednesday.
Fourteen people on the bus were sent to local hospitals but suffered only minor injuries.
What is it about senior citizens and Camrys? Remember The Camry Death March.
I got a little sentimental, if not weepy, when I saw an elderly couple rolling along this morning in what seniors used to drive: A Ford Taurus. This was an ’80s model. Now there’s the Ford Five Hundred for those who want a V8 with a lot of metal. The Chrysler 300 looks stylish. Honda Accord. Nissan Maxima.
But they all want a Camry.
Remember, I pass both Sherman Oaks Hospital and Kaiser-Permanente Woodland Hills every morning, so I have plenty of Camry exposure. And to the lady in Sherman Oaks with the perfectly-preserved orange 1970s Volvo — DON’T CUT ACROSS THREE LANES OF TRAFFIC WITHOUT SIGNALING.
There, I feel better.