Greg Campbell, 2 Others Injured in Crash at Vermont Avenue and 253rd Street

Stolen Car Crashes into Homeless Encampment in Los Angeles Accident

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Los Angeles, CA (September 24, 2019) – Three people were injured when a stolen car crashed into a homeless encampment in Los Angeles. The accident occurred on the morning of September 24 at Vermont Avenue and 253rd Street.

A stolen car crashed into a homeless encampment at the intersection. The car came to a stop on top of one of the tents. The car ran over three people. Greg Campbell and two other people were injured.

The driver and two passengers got out of the car and fled the accident scene. They were pursued by someone in the homeless encampment. The person stabbed a 16-year-old passenger, who was hospitalized with serious injuries.

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