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1 Killed, 4 Others Injured in Mid-Wilshire Crash

Published on Jun 7, 2016 by Wilshire Law Firm in

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Mil-Wilshire Fatal Crash

According to police, a devastating three-vehicle crash occurred on La Brea Avenue in Mid-Wilshire, causing the death of one person and injuries to four others.

The vehicles crashed at the intersection of La Brea and San Vicente Boulevard around 12:40 a.m., killing the driver of a black sedan, said LAPD Sgt. Matt McNulty.

“It’s still being investigated if there was a DUI or just running a red light,” McNulty said.

Witnesses said that one of the cars failed to stop at a red light and crashed into an SUV, setting off a crash with a third car.

“It was fast. The guy was going fast,” said witness Jade West.

The investigation of this Los Angeles car crash is still ongoing.

Every year, auto accidents account for thousands of fatalities and tens of thousands of injuries in California. The large majority are caused by speeding, drunk driving, distracted driving, or other driver errors. It is possible to decrease your risk of a crash through safe driving habits, but unfortunately, prevention is not always possible. Even if you are the best driver in the world, there will always be other drivers on the road who will be careless and crash into you.

When the unpredictable happens, the trusted auto accident lawyers at Wilshire Law Firm are here to help. Please give us a call at (800) 522-7274 if you or a loved one has been injured in a collision caused by another party. We can help you get compensation for damages such as medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. To discuss the specifics of your case with our dedicated legal staff, contact our office now. We are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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