GARDENA, California — As per California Highway Patrol group, a hit-and-run crash left injuries at 147th Street and Crenshaw Boulevard.
On March 22, the CHP logged the accident at 6:12 p.m. Officials did not mention how many vehicles and people were involved but they affirmed one victim was transported to a hospital following the crash.
Later in the dispatch, authorities were called to respond to Van Ness and Rosecrans avenues intersection as the suspect was allegedly found in that area.
At the time being, no further information was disclosed on the accident. Authorities continue to work on the investigation.
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