Hit-And-Run Collision Injured at Least One Person on State Route 60 Near Interstate 605 in Whittier

Hit-And-Run Collision Injured at Least One Person on State Route 60 Near Interstate 605 in Whittier

ON April 05, 2018

Hit-and-run accident resulted in injuries on Highway 60 east of the 605 Freeway in Whittier

According to a California Highway Patrol police report, on Thursday, March 29th 2018, at about 6:53 p.m. at least one person was injured as a result of a hit-and-run collision that involved several vehicles on State Route 60, just east of Interstate 605 in the city of Whittier.

Moreover, authorities stated that a Nissan Altima ran into several vehicles tried to flee the scene and struck other vehicles in doing so.  The report mentioned that some of the vehicles hit by the vehicle include a big rig, a grey Honda Accord, and a Chevy sedan among other vehicles not described by authorities.

In addition, it is unclear how many people were injured, however at least one person was transported to a near by hospital by paramedics.  Authorities have not yet released any additional information on the injured victim.

Currently, this incident is under review in an ongoing investigation by the authorities, and further details will be reviewed and released to the public as it is determined.

We of the May Firm extend our deepest condolences to the victims affected by this unfortunate traffic accident.  Our hearts sink upon hearing news of this accident and will keep the victims in our hearts and prayers.

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