3-Vehicle Crash Severely Injures Pedestrian

From Times Staff Reports

A male pedestrian was on life support Sunday night after being struck in a three-vehicle collision in an intersection.

Officers said a the driver of a Mitsubishi was headed west on Warner Avenue about 8:15 a.m. Sunday when her car collided with another vehicle entering Warner from Graham Street.

The impact forced the Mitsubishi into the path of the pedestrian who was crossing Warner, police said. After striking him, the Mitsubishi reportedly struck another vehicle.

The driver of the first vehicle the Mitsubishi collided with was taken to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian. That driver's condition was unknown.

Police did not release any names in the crash.

Anyone who witnessed the accident is asked to call police at (714) 536-5663.

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