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LAPD searches for BMW, Dodge Charger after a McLaren and Audi crash in possible street race

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Police are investigating whether a McLaren sports car’s crash with an Audi in Woodland Hills was caused by street racing after witnesses reported seeing a black Dodge Charger and possibly a BMW flee the scene.

The two high-priced vehicles collided just before 5 p.m. Tuesday at Califa Street and...


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