Twenty-five L.A. County Sheriff’s Recruits Struck by Wrong-Way Driver During Training Run

Twenty-five L.A. County Sheriff’s Recruits Struck by Wrong-Way Driver During Training Run

A man was detained after twenty-five recruits with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department were struck by a wrong-way driver during a training run in Whittier.

The Department announced in a Facebook post that the recruits had been running in formation on the 10600 block of Mills Avenue when they were struck by an SUV at around 6:26 this morning, November 16.

L.A. County Fire officials reported that, of the twenty-five recruits struck, five are in critical condition, four in moderate condition, and fourteen in minor condition.

The driver of the SUV, identified only as a 22-year-old Diamond Bar man and who also sustained minor injuries, was detained at the scene.

Twenty-five L.A. County Sheriff’s Recruits Struck by Wrong-Way Driver During Training Run was last modified: November 23rd, 2022 by admin
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