Two Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision on West Parthenia Street

WINNETKA, CA (July 19, 2022) – A male, 17-year-old teen was killed in rollover crash near Winnetka Avenue. Two others involved in the crash also sustained injuries.

The incident occurred at 9:15 a.m. near the 20100 block of West Parthenia Street, when two vehicles collided causing one to rollover.

Emergency crews, who responded to the scene, found and extricated two people trapped in the overturned vehicle. One of the teens was critically wounded and despite life-saving attempts, died at the scene. Meanwhile, medics rushed the other trapped person to a nearby hospital for treatment. A third person sustained minor injuries and refused medical treatment.

Authorities currently withheld the names of all parties involved until they notified their next of kin.

Afterward, authorities closed the surrounding area as cleanup and an investigation took place.

Winnetka officials ask those with further information to contact their offices as soon as possible.


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