3 Killed in Violent Crash in Florence-Graham Area of South Los Angeles
SOUTH LOS ANGELES, Calif. (April 12, 2021) — Quindien Holmes, 23, and two others, died in a multi-vehicle collision Sunday night at South Central and East Florence avenues in South Los Angeles.
The fatal crash happened about 11 p.m. at the South Central intersection, according to NBC 4 News. A driver in a black Toyota lost control while allegedly speeding and collided with a Jeep, pushing it forward into another motorist, the California Highway Patrol said. One person was ejected from the Toyota and killed when it struck a building and a pole. The collision happened next to a Wells Fargo Bank building.
Alltogether three passengers in a black 2007 Toyota, including Quindien Holmes, another man in his 20s and a 14-year-old Los Angeles boy, all died. Two had been in the back seat. Meanwhile, the 20-year-old Hawthorne man driving the Toyota and a second person were treated at a hospital for injuries.
Investigators do not suspect alcohol or drugs were factors in the fatal crash, however, speed was a factor.
It’s unknown if any charges will be filed against the driver of the Toyota.
Meanwhile, following the collision, a crowd of 100 to 200 people gathered and become combative with police.
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