Bruce Jenner, Former Olympian, Involved In Fatal Car Crash In California

Bruce Jenner was involved in a three-car accident Saturday in Malibu, Calif., that left one person dead, according to Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials.

Sgt. Matt Dunn said, via CNN, that the crash took place at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Corral Canyon Road. Dunn did not confirm whether Jenner was injured or whether he was a driver or passenger.

TMZ offered further details about the incident, as well as photos of the crash scene.

“Several eyewitnesses say the accident was caused when Bruce rear-ended the white car and that car then went into oncoming traffic and was struck by the Hummer,” the website’s article read. “Eyewitnesses say the driver of the white car — a female — died.” [tweet https://twitter.com/DailyMailCeleb/status/564172360363040768 align=’center’]

Jenner, 65, won a gold medal in the decathalon at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. Nowadays, he’s most known for his role on the reality television series “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@ABC7News

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