A woman was injured Friday after being struck by a vehicle in Koreatown.
Authorities said several people are in the vehicle, a white Chevy Impala.
In announcing the largest fine against a California auto insurance company, Commissioner Dave Jones said Monday that Mercury charged customers the same amount — $27.6 million — in broker fees that his agency did not approve.
The chase began around 9:15 p.m.
California Highway Patrol officers say the victim was driving a 2007 GMC and collided with a 2006 Kenworth tractor/trailer near Ventura Boulevard at 12:55 a.m.
No injuries were reported.
The incident in the 7000 block of Jordan Avenue was reported by Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson Brian Humphrey shortly after 5 p.m.
Authorities were called to the scene in the 3000 block of Hauser Boulevard, where a vehicle crashed into a tree Monday evening.
The pursuit suspect, driving a minivan, took authorities through Eagle Glen Golf Club, located in the 1800 block of Eagle Glen Parkway, leaving tire tracks across the green.
A LAPD spokesperson said officers were dispatched to Victory Boulevard and Whitsett Avenue around 4 p.m. after receiving a call about someone stealing from a vehicle.
The car stopped at East 126th Street and South Mona Boulevard and the suspect ran into a residential neighborhood.
Authorities Saturday asked for the public’s help in identifying and locating a vehicle they suspect caused damage to another car in the Westlake Village weeks ago.
Los Angeles County Fire officials Monday confirmed tire tracks found near an injured man on the beach in Santa Monica were not made by one of their vehicles.
Five people were injured, one critically, when a vehicle reportedly crashed into a Little Caesars pizza restaurant in Pacoima.
The Volkswagen Jetta hit a median, went airborne and crashed into a 10,000-square-foot commercial building.