Driver Arrested After Pursuit Ends in Crash on Elmer Avenue [Hollywood, CA]

Driver Arrested After Pursuit Ends in Crash on Elmer Avenue [North Hollywood, CA]

Driver Arrested After Pursuit Ends in Crash on Elmer Avenue [North Hollywood, CA]

Driver Arrested After Pursuit Ends in Crash on Elmer Avenue [North Hollywood, CA]

Police Pursuit Ends in Crash on Elmer Avenue

 
North Hollywood, CA (November 1, 2020) – On Friday, police arrested a driver after a police pursuit ended in a crash on Elmer Avenue and Vanowen Street.
 
The incident happened at around 6:30 p.m. wherein officers were chasing a vehicle in the North Hollywood area.
 
The vehicle slammed into the back of another car. Sparks flew as two cars were scrapped across the roadway.
 
The driver got out of the vehicle and ran away as officers followed close behind.
 
Moreover, the authorities eventually took the driver into custody.
 
Meanwhile, it is not identified if anyone was hurt in the incident, though, an ambulance responded to the crash site.
 
It is unclear why Los Angeles Police Department officers began pursuing the vehicle. Similarly, no further details were immediately available.
 
As always, negligence can lead to a dangerous car crash causing injuries and damages. By driving safely and abiding by all traffic laws, you can ensure your safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles. Please do not get behind the wheel if you find yourself under the influence of drugs or alcohol.


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