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1 Injured in Crash at Florence and Bell Avenues


Pedestrian Hit by Vehicle in Los Angeles Accident

Los Angeles, CA (September 2, 2020) – A pedestrian was injured in a crash in Los Angeles. The accident occurred on the evening of September 2 at Florence and Bell avenues.

A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle at the intersection. The victim was injured and treated by emergency crews. The driver fled the accident scene. 

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