Stolen Car Crash near West 94th Street Left One Dead, One Injured

LOS ANGELES, CA (April 21, 2023) – Early Thursday morning, one person died following a police chase on Harvard Boulevard. The incident first started at Redondo Beach Boulevard at around 2:30 a.m., on April 13th, and ended near the intersection of West 93th Street and Harvard Boulevard. According to reports, the Dodge was driving erratically and running red lights. The driver entered the northbound lanes of 110 Freeway and got out to Manchester Avenue. The police vehicle that was chasing the Dodge called off the pursuit until the vehicle entered the L.A. area. Upon entering the L.A. area, the Dodge slammed into several parked vehicles at the 1600 block of West 94th Street. The impact of the collision left the driver of the Dodge and three of their passengers with injuries. Emergency crews arrived to the site of the collision shortly after and pronounced the Driver of the Dodge dead at the scene. Meanwhile, it is unclear whether the three passengers were treated at the scene or taken to a hospital.
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