Eight people were injured Wednesday morning in a collision involving a Gardena city bus and a pick-up truck, authorities said.
Gregorio Mejia-Martinez, 47, Leticia Ibarra, 42, Jessica Mejia, 20, and Ester Delgado were among six killed when a Chevy Camaro traveling the wrong-way on the 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar early Sunday slammed into the family’s 1998 Ford Explorer.
Six were killed when Olivia Carolee Culbreath allegedly drove a Chevy Camaro into a 1998 Ford Explorer, which was then hit by a 2006 Ford Freestyle on the 60 Freeway at 4:50 a.m. Sunday.
The Los Angeles County Coroner Monday identified the six victims killed in a wrong-way crash in Diamond Bar over the weekend.
The county coroner’s office identified the woman as Lavonne Koester of Alta Loma.
Firefighter Jacob Gregoire, a 12-year veteran, was handcuffed on camera.
A vehicle crashed into a 7-Eleven convenience store in Gardena Wednesday afternoon.
The driver of a big rig lost control of the vehicle early Wednesday morning and crashed, spilling its load of milk in Glendale, the CHP said.
A sports utility vehicle slammed into a home Monday after a police pursuit in Pasadena.
Officials in Riverside say a 22-year-old male driving under the influence Friday morning, caused a collision that fatally injured a man.
A car sheared a hydrant and crashed into a building in the Westlake District Thursday afternoon.
The driver was also injured.
A suspected drunk driver crashed his vehicle into an Orange County home early Wednesday morning, police said.
The five survivors were hospitalized with injuries ranging from minor to severe.
A Southern California freeway smelled like a cookout when a big rig carrying 76,000 pounds of beef ribs caught fire.