No one was injured when a sheriff’s department SUV in South Los Angeles collided with a white pickup truck, causing the vehicle to overturn and temporarily trap three people inside, authorities said Saturday.
Firefighters and paramedics dispatched at 10:42 p.m. Friday to Manchester and Western avenues did not take anyone to the hospital, said Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department.
A sergeant with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was in a patrol SUV en route to an assistance call at the time of the crash, a lieutenant at the sheriff’s South Los Angeles station said. The sergeant was not injured.
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The SUV crashed into the side of the truck, ABC7 reported, causing it to turn onto its side, trapping a man, woman and a small child. Rescue crews quickly responded and took the three people out of the white truck.
It was not immediately known if anyone was cited or arrested.
—City News Service
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