Woman dies in crash; others injured

Ryan Carter

A 70-year-old Burbank woman died Friday after the car she was in

was broadsided by a minivan that did not stop at a stop sign, police

said.

Lida Khrimian of Sun Valley was riding with her husband Thursday

night in their Subaru station wagon when it was hit as he drove north

on Glenoaks Boulevard, Police Det. Paul Orlowski said. Bhavna Patel

was driving her Toyota Sienna west on Lamer Street and allegedly

failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection with Glenoaks

Boulevard.

Five passengers were inside the van with Patel, including three

children from 3 to 12. It entered the intersection, broadsided the

station wagon and rolled over.

Khrimian was taken to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, where

she died Friday morning.

Her husband, Vazgen, was taken to County-USC Medical Center for

treatment.

The children in the van were treated for minor injuries at

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center. Patel and her grandparents, who

were also in the vehicle, were treated there for minor injuries.

Police were still investigating Friday and no arrests had been

made.

Anyone with information about the crash can call Orlowski at

238-3100.

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