LOS ANGELES, CA – 5 Injured in 2-Car Collision at Wilshire Boulevard and South Street Andrews Place

LOS ANGELES, CA – 5 Injured in 2-Car Collision at Wilshire Boulevard and South Street Andrews Place

5 Hurt Following Two-Vehicle Los Angeles Crash

 
LOS ANGELES, CA (December 27, 2018) – Five people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning in the 3900 block of Wilshire Avenue at South Street Andrews Place.
 
Two cars crashed under unknown circumstances and left five people hurt around 9:05 a.m. A 30-year-old man was reportedly in critical condition and taken to a hospital. A 3-year-old boy, a 30-year-old woman and a 35-year-old woman were also hospitalized in serious condition. A 45-year-old woman declined hospitalization, yet it was not clear what type of injuries she sustained.
 
An ongoing investigation continues as authorities learn the circumstances of this crash.
 
Safety should be a top concern for everyone on the road. When driving, be on the lookout for other oncoming motorists. It’s always safe to assume that no one is a safe driver. Always obey the speed limit and all road signs and look both ways before making your next move.


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