2 Injured After Crash Near Narbonne High School
HARBOR CITY, Los Angeles (August 17, 2017) – Two people were hospitalized after their car crashed at 243rd Street and Western Avenue, according to Daily Breeze.
On August 15, a dark colored vehicle rolled over for unknown reasons at the intersection around 3:16 p.m. As per the article, students were exiting from school when the incident occurred.
Officials said three people were occupying the car when it crashed near Narbonne High School. But it was not immediately known if the victims were students.
Harbor City Car Crash
When medical personnel arrived at the scene, they attended to two people who appeared injured and transported them to hospitals for treatment. Although their specific injuries were not discussed, paramedics mentioned both patients are expected to survive.
No immediate details were provided on the third person involved.
At this time, investigators are still determining the precise circumstances that led to the crash.
It is necessary that motorists practice precautionary measures and follow traffic regulations while traversing the roads. Factors such as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, speeding, distracted driving or negligence often play a role in the occurrence of injury traffic incidents. In this case, authorities are still gathering more information to determine what actually caused the crash.
If you, or your loved one, have been injured in a traffic accident, and you believe another person is at fault, do not hesitate and call Johnson Attorneys Group today for a free consultation at 800-235-6801.
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