Bruce Jenner in car involved in Malibu crash that killed 1

An email seeking comment from Jenner's publicist was not immediately returned

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MALIBU, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials say former Olympian Bruce Jenner was in one of the cars involved in a three-vehicle crash on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu that killed one person.

Sgt. Matt Dunn says the crash happened shortly after noon Saturday near Corral Canyon Road.

City News Service reports that as many as seven people may be injured.

Dunn says Jenner was an occupant in one of the vehicles and apparently wasn’t hurt.

An email seeking comment from Jenner’s publicist was not immediately returned.

A rescue helicopter landed at Pepperdine University, 2 miles east of the crash, to pick up one victim. It isn’t clear if that was the person who has been declared dead.

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