Los Angeles, CA

Three critically injured after vehicle flipped and crashed into building

-Ellie-

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At 10:26 pm on Saturday a car that crashed and flipped against a building was reported at York Blvd & San Pascual Ave in Highland Park, Los Angeles.

Police and firefighters responded to a report of an overturned vehicle that crashed into a building.

Firefighters on scene advised there were three people trapped inside of the vehicle. Two passengers were able to free themselves from the vehicle and one person remained trapped inside.

After investigating the vehicle further, firefighters then reported that there were a total of four people injured as a result of the accident.

Ten minutes after the initial report, additional emergency medical services were en route to assist in transporting the victims.

According to firefighters, one of the injured people was a person inside of the building where the car crashed. They suffered minor injuries.

The three passengers that were in the vehicle are reportedly critically injured.

Firefighters advised that the vehicle may have compromised the structure.

The three primary patients were transported to a nearby hospital. Their status was not updated.

Later that night, engineers arrived on scene to check the structural integrity of the building.

Further information on this accident, including the updated conditions of the passengers in the car and structural integrity of the building, is currently unavailable.

Individuals with information on these individuals’ and the building’s status can submit their reports to the Los Angeles Police Department or via the comments section on this NewsBreak article.

For more information on recent accidents according to California Highway Patrol, visit here.

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