Two LAPD Police Officers Injured in Accident on Olympic Boulevard [Los Angeles, CA]

Two LAPD Police Officers Injured in Accident on Olympic Boulevard [Los Angeles, CA]

Two LAPD Police Officers Injured in Accident on Olympic Boulevard [Los Angeles, CA]

2 Hurt in Los Angeles Multi-Vehicle Accident on Olympic Boulevard

 
LOS ANGELES, CA (June 19, 2019) – Two LAPD police officers sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle accident on Olympic Boulevard.
 
The three-vehicle crash occurred around 7:20 p.m. on June 26. Fire department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart revealed that the incident happened at 2688 Olympic Boulevard.
 
Stewart added that responders transported two injured LAPD officers to a hospital. However, details about how the accident happened are unclear at this time.
 
Meanwhile, the other people involved did not suffer any injuries.
 
The intersection of Olympic Boulevard and Vermont Avenue temporarily shut down during the investigation.
 
Police officers enforce the laws on and off of the road. If you see a police officer with lights flashing, move to the right side of the road to let the officer pass safely. As a result, you can prevent accidents from happening. Multi-car crashes can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. One small driving mistake can lead to disastrous results. That is why it is important to drive defensively and always abide by all driving laws. This way, you can ensure your safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles, motorists, and pedestrians.


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