Los Angeles car crash injures 5 including 6 year-old girl.
Los Angeles, CA(JusticeNewsFlash.com)–According to the Daily News, six people were injured, including 2 pedestrians, in a multiple car crash in Los Angeles, on Tuesday morning, at Jefferson Boulevard and Grand Avenue. Los Angeles County authorities state all six people were taken to local hospitals by emergency medical services (EMS) personal. Four were in critical condition, which included the two pedestrians, one little girl, and the male driver who crashed into them.
According to Los Angeles Fire Department officials, the multiple car crash occurred at 7:09 am at Jefferson Boulevard and Grand Avenue. The 40 year old driver suffered a seizure while driving sending his car off the road, on to the sidewalk, and striking a 40 year old man and a 52 year old woman. The out of control motor vehicle continued swerving down the road and crashing into a car carrying a 6 year old girl and her parents. All three people and the child were in critical condition as the result of this tragic motor vehicle collision (MVC). The 27 year-old mother and 23 year-old father of the injured child were transported to the hospital by (EMS) personal for the injuries they suffered in the automobile accident. The initial report of the car crash indicated the 40 year old driver suffered a seizure while driving, but Los Angeles Fire Department officials claim the medical information has not been confirmed.
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