Two Dead in Fatal Three-Car Crash in Baldwin Hills

Los Angeles, California – The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) reports a tragic incident in Baldwin Hills, where two individuals lost their lives in a three-car collision.

The incident occurred around 3 p.m. last Saturday when a Mercedes Benz, occupied by two individuals, was traveling at high speed northbound on La Brea Avenue and Coliseum Street, losing control along the way.

According to authorities, the Mercedes, traveling at excessive speed, collided with another car waiting to make a left turn on Coliseum Street. This impact caused the Benz to overturn and subsequently crash into another nearby vehicle, ending up overturned on the road.

Both occupants of the Mercedes, identified as an African American man and woman, were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. So far, no further details have been revealed about their identity.

On the other hand, the occupants of the other two vehicles involved suffered minor injuries and received medical attention at the scene.

Clarence Perkins, Assistant Watch Commander of the LAPD, points out that the stretch of La Brea Avenue where the crash occurred is especially dangerous due to its downhill slope, which encourages many drivers to accelerate in that area.

Unfortunately, this has not been an isolated case. Recent news in California reports that during the same weekend, other fatal incidents occurred on the southern roads.

This tragic three-car crash in Baldwin Hills highlights the importance of road safety and the need to raise awareness among drivers about the risks associated with speeding and lack of caution on the road.

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