RESEDA, Calif. (June 7, 2018) – One driver was critically injured Wednesday night in an alleged street racing crash that left eight vehicles damaged at Saticoy Street and Wilber Avenue, according to NBC4 News.
The crash took place about 8:30 p.m. last night. Witnesses told police that two drivers were racing and they lost control and crashed into six parked vehicles.
Paramedics responded and rushed one of the drivers to a hospital for treatment of major injuries. The second driver attempted to flee the scene, but neighbors were able to stop him and held the suspect until police arrived. Once police arrived, the man was arrested on hit-and-run charges.
The crash remains under investigation.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
Police are investigating this collision and will determine fault. At this time, we do not know who is responsible for this collision. There are certainly many unanswered questions and liability is unknown.
We offer our prayers to all those affected by this crash.
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