The parked car belonged to Leonor Gonzalez, who lives in a condo in the complex. She was making a phone call when she heard a crash and smelled smoke. “I came running and hoped that he missed my car, but it didn’t,” she said. Her red 2001 Toyota Corolla, almost hit in a previous crash in the parking lot, had a crushed engine compartment. The man’s sedan rested on its side, wheels pointed toward Gonzalez’s headlights. The body of the victim, covered with a sheet, lay by its crushed hood. “Good God almighty,” said Gary Paul, a salesman who has lived in the building for more than a year. “This happened in the exact same place just a few months ago.” firstname.lastname@example.org WOODLAND HILLS – An 82-year-old Woodland Hills man was killed Monday when his car flew off the Ventura Freeway and into a parking garage, authorities said. The man, who was not identified pending notification of his family, died at the scene of the 4:25 p.m. crash near the Shoup Avenue exit. Nobody else was injured. A 27-year-old Oakland woman was heading north on the 101 Freeway when she attempted to change lanes and collided with the 82-year-old man’s car, police said. His car veered off the freeway, careened down an embankment, crashed through brush and a chain-link fence, and plowed into a car parked in the garage in the 22100 block of Burbank Boulevard. (818) 713-3738160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!