Transcript for Bruce Jenner Walks Away From Fatal Car Crash
Test Text1 plain Real-life drama for the olympic gold medalist turned reality star Bruce Jenner. Car crash on Saturday. Jenner walked away from the accident. There are questions this morning about the role of paparazzi in the fatal accident. Linzie Janis is on the scene in malibu this morning. Good morning, Linzie. Reporter: Good morning, Paula and Dan. The deadly multiple car pileup occurring here on this narrow and winding stretch of the pacific coast highway. Jenner's car pushing another into oncoming traffic. The pat rats zi following him catching the whole thing on camera. This morning, Bruce Jenner no doubt counting his blessings after escaping unharmed from deadly chain reaction accident on Saturday. We now have seven patients. Including one doa. Reporter: Jenner's SUV was the last car involved in this pileup. It was his vehicle that bumped this white Lexus into oncoming traffic. The elderly woman inside hit head-on by a black humvee. She was declared dead at the scene. Minors were in one of the vehicles. They were transported to Santa Monica hospital. Reporter: Jenner, a 1976 olympic gold medal winner now perhaps best known as the patriarch of the Kardashian TV empire under intense tabloid scrutiny regarding his changing appearance, growing his hair longer and appearing in public with his nails painted. His step daughter, Kim Kardashian, speaking with center tanment tonight about the speculation. I thing it's just his story to talk about. Reporter: Jenner telling investigators he was being Vold by paparazzi at the time of the crash. Bruce are you okay? Reporter: The moment of impact captured here. He has intense scrutiny on him right now, both through his physical transition as well as being part of the Kardashian sfamly. Reporter: Authorities say he is cooperating. It does not appear he was trying to evade the shutter bugs. Sometimes criticized for taking their tactics too far. Stop harassing people- Reporter: After a series of high-profile confrontations can stars, California passed a law imposing stiffer penalties including jail time for pat rats zi who drive recklessly in pursuit of celebrities. Again, police say it doesn't appear that the paparazzi did anything to cause this crash. Bruce Genter passed a sobriety test and volunteered to give a blood sample. Investigators will be focusing on the first car, why did it suddenly slow down 37 they'll check cell phone records for all drivers to make sure no one was texting at the time of the crash.
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