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2 Injured in Crash on South Myrtle Avenue

Street Racing Causes Violent Monrovia Accident

Monrovia, CA (April 4, 2020) – Two people were injured in a crash caused by street racing in Monrovia. The accident occurred on the afternoon of April 4 on South Myrtle Avenue.

A classic Ford Mustang and another vehicle – possibly a Chevy Camaro – were racing when the driver of the Ford lost control in the 1900 block of South Myrtle Avenue. The Ford collided with an SUV. The Ford split in half and burst into flames.

The driver of the Ford was ejected from the vehicle. He was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. He was identified as a man in his 30s. The driver of the SUV, and unidentified man, suffered major injuries. The driver of the Ford is expected to face felony street racing and reckless driving charges. 



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