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2 Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash at Colfax Avenue and Riverside Drive


Carjacking Suspect Causes Los Angeles Accident

Los Angeles, CA (August 14, 2019) – A police chase led to a multi-vehicle crash in Los Angeles. The accident occurred on the evening of August 14 at Colfax Avenue and Riverside Drive.

Police were in pursuit of a carjacking suspect in a Toyota Prius. The chase reached high speeds and ended after about five minutes when the suspect ran through the intersection of Colfax Avenue and Riverside Drive. The Prius collided with two other vehicles. 

The driver got out of the car and was taken into police custody. He was wanted on an armed carjacking warrant. He suffered minor injuries.

In total, seven people were involved in the crash, including two women and three children. A 5-year-old suffered cuts to his head. 

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