Man Killed After Running Red Light and Smashes into Planter Wall
On Wednesday a man has been killed after the car he was driving sped through a red light. According to the authorities, after making it through the light, he slammed into a planter wall that is just outside of the Mark Twain Middle School. Firefighters were quick to respond to the call. The firefighters arrived to the scene just after 5:30 in the evening. They came to the intersection of East Victoria Avenue and Walgrove avenue. According to the Lost Angeles Fire Department spokesman, Brian Humphrey, The driver was found dead at the scene.
Luckily no pedestrians was injured as the man sped through the traffic light. There were also no other passengers found in the Nissan Maxima four door car. Police are uncertain of the exact cause of the incident at this time. <h3 style="color: #212121;"> Man Travels Fast Through a Red Light </h3> <p> A witness told the police that the man was traveling extremely fast going eastbound at around 100 miles per hour on Victoria Avenue. The man passed the stop sign without stopping at Glyndon Avenue which was just three blocks from the crash site. According to another witness, the Nissan also drove through a red light at Walgrove where it then jumped a curb and crashed into the low wall. According to Sgt. Mark Guardado from the Los Angeles Police Department, the driver had been described as an Asian man and in his forties. His name has not been released due to the pending notification of his family. There is an investigation going on to see what might have caused the collision. There is no news of drugs or alcohol being a factor in this crash. If you have any information regarding the incident you can always call the local authorities. <p> <p> Source: https://ktla.com/2014/09/03/driver-killed-when-car-slams-into-wall-outisde-venice-school/ <p> <p> Daniel A. Gibalevich<br /> DAG Law Firm<br /> /