Car Accident on Sawtelle Boulevard Left Multiple Bystanders Injured

LOS ANGELES, CA (February 28, 2023) – Sunday afternoon, a two-vehicle crash on South Sawtelle Boulevard left at least four pedestrians hospitalized.

The incident happened on February 19th at around 12:35 p.m. when a vehicle crashed into another parked vehicle and a group of pedestrians.

According to the LAFD, the incident happened in front of Killer Noodle ramen restaurant where four people suffered injuries as a result.

Furthermore, police have confirmed that a 23-year-old woman was in critical condition and a 74-year-old man suffered moderate injuries.

Also, a 20-year-old woman and a 61-year-old man suffered non-life-threatening wounds.

Consequently, they were all transported to the hospital for treatment. It was not known if there were occupants of the vehicle that was hospitalized.

At this time, further investigation is still active and reports will be released once available.

Simply by driving defensively and following the conditions of the road, you can prevent a reckless driving accident. Do not engage in any non-driving activity which creates a potential distraction. Follow the speed limit and do not be pressured to keep up with the speed of other vehicles on the road. Also, never drive when you are sleepy or under the influence of any altering substance as this increases the risk of a fatal accident.

It is important to have strong legal representation on your side when injured in a pedestrian crash. Reach out to the pedestrian accident attorneys at Sweet James today. With 20 years of experience in the field, they know what it takes to help you win your case. Their team understands what you are going through, and they are here to help you seek justice and compensation. Call them at (800) 500-5200 for a free and confidential case evaluation. You can reach them 24 hours a day and 7 days a week through email, text, and online chat.

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