2 Workers Injured in Hit-and-Run at 4th Street and Spring Street [Los Angeles, CA]
2 Injured in Los Angeles Hit-and-Run at 4th Street
LOS ANGELES, CA (January 13, 2021) – Two workers suffered injuries in a hit-and-run near 4th Street and Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles.
According to the police, the Thursday incident occurred at about 10:15 a.m.
Reports indicated that the workers were in a hydraulic lift mechanism to perform maintenance on utility poles when a Maserati crashed into them.
Medical responders treated the workers at the scene for injuries of unknown extent. There was no word, however, whether they required hospitalization.
Witnesses said the male driver of the Maserati got out of the vehicle and then fled on foot. They described him as Hispanic, in his 20s, and about 5 feet and 8 inches tall.
Meanwhile, the police impounded the Maserati and continue their search for its driver. It is also not clear what led up to the crash as of this time. However, the investigation is ongoing.
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