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Six People Injured in Venice Boulevard and La Brea Avenue Collision in Los Angeles

Car accident in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — A serious collision involving two vehicles resulted in injuries to six individuals, including one pedestrian, on West Venice Boulevard near La Brea Avenue. The accident took place in the Mid-City area of Los Angeles.

Upon the arrival of the Los Angeles Fire Department, it was discovered that one of the cars had flipped onto its side. Emergency personnel had to use hydraulic rescue tools to extricate a trapped individual, with an initial lack of clarity on whether this person was the pedestrian reported as injured.

At the scene, paramedics attended to the six injured parties, providing immediate care. Of those injured, two women, aged 62 and 51, suffered critical injuries, and a 51-year-old man sustained serious injuries. Additionally, a 40-year-old woman and a 13-year-old girl were treated for moderate injuries. A 46-year-old man, having sustained minor injuries, chose to forgo ambulance transport to the hospital.

Authorities are currently investigating the cause of the crash to determine responsibility for the incident involving the pedestrian on Venice Boulevard.