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August 6, 1992 | AARON CURTISS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two people were injured--one seriously--when an ice cream truck was impaled by a high-tech security device that rams steel cylinders into vehicles entering a Santa Clarita housing tract without authorization, authorities said Wednesday. Tuesday's accident, in which the device slammed into a truck carrying a lost couple who could not read English warnings, brought to three the number of people it has hurt and about 30 the number of vehicles it has damaged.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1992 | AARON CURTISS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two people were injured--one seriously--when an ice cream truck was impaled by a high-tech security device that rams steel cylinders into vehicles entering a Santa Clarita housing tract without authorization, authorities said Wednesday. Tuesday's accident, in which the device slammed into a truck carrying a lost couple who could not read English warnings, brought to three the number of people it has hurt and about 30 the number of vehicles it has damaged.
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January 20, 1989 | STEVE PADILLA, Times Staff Writer
A black man, who said he moved his family to Santa Clarita from Sepulveda two months ago because he wanted to live "someplace that was safer," discovered a burning 8-foot cross in front of his house early Thursday morning. Derrick Quals, 31, said he had just quieted his restless 9-month-old son with a pacifier about 2 a.m. when he spotted the blazing cross through a front window of his home on Crestview Drive. "I said to myself, 'This can't be California,' " Quals said.
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June 19, 1992 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the residents of Hidden Valley say "Keep Out," they mean business. In the latest twist on the Southern California trend toward more secure homes, the Santa Clarita housing tract is the first residential community in the world to install a device that inflicts thousands of dollars worth of damage on the cars of motorists who try to force their way through the gate blocking entrance to the tract. The $50,000 device--primarily used to protect embassies, airport runways and U. S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1992 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the residents of Hidden Valley say "Keep Out," they mean business. In the latest twist on the Southern California trend toward more secure homes, the Santa Clarita housing tract is the first residential community in the world to install a device that inflicts thousands of dollars worth of damage on the cars of motorists who try to force their way through the gate blocking entrance to the tract. The $50,000 device--primarily used to protect embassies, airport runways and U. S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 20, 1989 | STEVE PADILLA, Times Staff Writer
A black man, who said he moved his family to Santa Clarita from Sepulveda two months ago because he wanted to live "someplace that was safer," discovered a burning 8-foot cross in front of his house early Thursday morning. Derrick Quals, 31, said he had just quieted his restless 9-month-old son with a pacifier about 2 a.m. when he spotted the blazing cross through a front window of his home on Crestview Drive. "I said to myself, 'This can't be California,' " Quals said.
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