Los Angeles, CA [Nov. 28, 2020] – According to statements from Margaret Stewart of the Los Angeles Police Department, a dangerous crash occurred Friday night at approximately 7:00 PM.
Reports state that two vehicles collided at dangerous speeds in the 200 block of East Manchester Avenue, near San Pedro Street, in the Florence area of South Los Angeles.
Authorities are still investigating the exact cause of the accident and it is still unclear who was at fault or how many passengers were in each vehicle.
Although only two vehicles were involved, due to the nature of the collision a total of six people were injured and hospitalized as a result. Those injured include:
- 21-year-old woman – hospitalized, serious condition
- 9-year-old girl – hospitalized, non-life-threatening conditions
- 12-year-old boy – hospitalized, non-life-threatening conditions
- 15-year-old boy – hospitalized, non-life-threatening conditions
- 29-year-old woman – hospitalized, non-life-threatening conditions
- 50-year-old woman – hospitalized, non-life-threatening conditions
Steward also reports that despite recommendations to seek medical treatment, a 19-year-old man who was also injured in the collision refused to be taken to a hospital for reasons that were not made clear.
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