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22 March 2017 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

LOS ANGELES: Man Injured in Crash Accident at 140th and San Pedro Streets

LOS ANGELES: Man Injured in Crash at 140th and San Pedro StreetsLOS ANGELES, California — According to a California Highway Patrol dispatch, a 2-vehicle collision resulted in injuries at E. 140th and S. San Pedro streets.

On March 21, the CHP logged at precisely 7:21 p.m. a car accident involving a Toyota Camry, and a Nissan Altima. The impact from the crash caused injuries to a man who was seen holding a towel to his bleeding head.

Unfortunately, additional details were not immediately available. Investigation is underway.


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