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Pedestrian Hospitalized after Struck by Bus at South Indiana Street and East Olympic Boulevard [LOS ANGELES, CA]

Pedestrian Hospitalized after Struck by Bus at South Indiana Street and East Olympic Boulevard [LOS ANGELES, CA]

Pedestrian Hospitalized after Struck by Bus at South Indiana Street and East Olympic Boulevard [LOS ANGELES, CA]

Morning Pedestrian vs. Bus Crash in East Los Angeles

 
LOS ANGELES, CA (July 16, 2019) – An unidentified pedestrian was hospitalized after they were struck by a bus at South Indiana Street.
 
To begin, the crash happened around 10:28 a.m., at the intersection of South Indiana Street and East Olympic Boulevard. First responders arrived to the area shortly after.
 
Details of how the incident occurred were not immediately available, but the victim was later taken to Los Angeles County Medical Center for further treatment of unknown injuries.
 
No information was provided as to whether or not the bus driver remained or fled after the crash. In addition, it is also currently unknown whether any charges were filed and liability has not yet been determined.
 
Further investigation is still currently underway at this time. However, more details will eventually be released once available.
 
Moreover, the surrounding area was also closed off for a brief time while crews worked to clear the wreckage. However, the roadway has since reopened.
 
Always maintain a safe speed when driving in an area populated by pedestrians. In addition, keep your eyes on the road and be prepared to brake. It is always best to assume that the pedestrian cannot see you. This will put you on guard and keep your focus sharp.


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