3 Hospitalized After Police Chase Ends in Crash at Barranca Avenue and Arrow Highway Monday
Glendora, CA (March 8, 2021) – Several people suffered serious injuries following a car accident in the area of Barranca Avenue and Arrow Highway, the KTLA News reported.
Preliminary investigation revealed an allegedly stolen Acura Integra was spotted traveling south on Barranca Avenue. Per local news source, Azusa police launched a pursuit on the motorist.
When the Acura Integra approached the intersection at Barranca Avenue and Arrow Highway in Citrus, it crashed into a white Toyota Camry. The accident sparked a chain-reaction collision involving three other automobiles.
The car accident took place around 5:45 p.m.
Major Injury Car Accident in Glendora, March 8
Responding emergency teams found the pursuit driver and his passenger both ejected from the Acura Integra. Due to the extent of their injuries, paramedics transported them to the hospital for treatment of severe injuries. Authorities briefly identified the pursuit driver as a 30-year-old Duarte man and his passenger as a 23-year-old man.
Meanwhile, a passenger in the Camry reportedly suffered minor injuries in the collision. Paramedics also transferred the patient to the hospital for treatment.
According to ABC7, three other individuals sustained injuries as a result of the wreck.
The names of all the people injured in the accident in Glendora remained undisclosed.
Per local news source, the California Highway Patrol is the agency handling the investigation.
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