3 People Hurt as Vehicle Drives Through Homeless Encampment
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (March 4, 2021) – A homeless encampment crash left three people injured near Los Angeles National Veterans Park in Brentwood.
Also, the crash happened shortly after midnight on March 4th.
Firefighters arrived on scene about 12:35 a.m. in the 11500 block of West San Vicente Boulevard near Wilshire Boulevard, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
Car Crashes into Transient Camp in Brentwood
Meanwhile, arriving emergency crews searched the area and found three people hurt following the homeless encampment crash. All three of the people declined transport to a hospital. The injuries they suffered were considered minor.
Additionally, the towing company used special equipment to remove the vehicle from crash scene.
The circumstances leading up to the collision remain under investigation. It’s unknown if drugs and or alcohol were factors that contributed to the collision, but this will be part of the investigation.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those hurt in this crash. Johnson Attorneys Group is a longtime supporter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Our law firm does not represent any of the parties mentioned above. Furthermore, it’s not our intent to represent any of the parties. However, if you would like to contribute to this story or you have legal questions, please contact us.
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