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3 Injured in Crash on Brookhurst Street


3 Vehicles Collide in Anaheim Accident 

Anaheim, CA (November 16, 2020) – Three people were injured in a crash in Anaheim. The accident occurred on the evening of November 16 on Brookhurst Street.

A BMW SUV rear-ended an Acura MDX in the 200 block of Brookhurst Street. While a police officer was standing at the accident scene, a Honda Civic then rear-ended the BMW. The police officer and one of the drivers suffered major injuries in the crash. The man driving the Honda suffered minor injuries. All three were taken to a local hospital for treatment. 

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