LOS ANGELES, CA – Investigators with the Los Angeles Police Department are seeking information that may lead to an arrest in connection to a serious injury collision late Wednesday night.
According to CBSLA, the incident was reported around midnight within the 100 block of North Myers Street.
Police say the driver of a 1999 Honda Civic was racing in the southbound lanes of Myers Street when the vehicle struck a 2006 Mercedez attempting to turn onto the roadway.
Investigators believe a third vehicle, a Dodge Charger, approached the scene. The driver of the Mercedes and another woman got in the Dodge and were taken away from the scene of the crash.
The driver in the Honda was rushed to a local hospital to be treated for serious injuries sustained in the crash.
Both women were showing signs of sustained injuries following the crash. No further information with regard to their conditions or identities has been made available at this time.
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