Accidents in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Police Department is offering a $25,000 reward for information regarding a street takeover in the southern part of the city, where a driver struck multiple individuals, including two women, and then fled the scene. Police are also trying to determine if one of those women is still alive. During a press conference on Friday morning, LAPD Detective Ryan Moreno said that investigators are trying to identify the hit-and-run driver and the individuals who were struck during the April 13th street takeover, especially a woman who was seen unconscious and bleeding on the ground in videos. "Some of our investigators... intercepted some conversations that led us to believe that there is a slight possibility that this girl may be dead," Moreno told reporters outside the LAPD South Traffic Division. "We don't know who she is, where she is, or how serious her injuries are." According to a statement, the illegal street takeover occurred at the intersection of Manchester Avenue and San Pedro Street. The department said the woman was standing in the middle of the street when the driver of an Infiniti G37 struck her and others before fleeing. The force of the impact threw the woman to the ground, where "she was seen bleeding from the head and apparently unconscious," the statement said. "Nearby witnesses picked up the pedestrian and moved her away from the scene." The incident occurred a few miles west of where a 24-year-old woman died in a similar accident during a street takeover on December 25, 2022. A 28-year-old man from Orange County was arrested in connection with her death.  
Location: Los Angeles County, CA, USA
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