Two people were killed when a car struck a tree in Hyde Park on Wednesday morning. The accident occurred on Rainey Drive near Morgan Drive which connects Washington Park with 55th Street. The SUV was carrying four people when it crashed into a silver Chrysler sedan, side-swiping its door and crashing into a tree. It was too late to prevent the crash from happening, but it is not clear what caused the crash.
The driver of the SUV, a 33-year-old woman, was pronounced dead at the scene. A pair of 19-year-old men were extricated from the car and taken to a local hospital in fair condition. The Chrysler driver was not hurt in the accident. CBS affiliate KTLA was told by a witness that the car had crashed into a tree and was still inside. The scene was captured on video and dozens of firefighters were seen removing the wreckage.
Salt Lake City police say that the driver of the car was driving when it crashed into a tree. Baldwin Park’s La Rica Avenue was the scene of the crash. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. Another vehicle was also involved. The scene was captured on video. The vehicle was folded around the tree. The vehicle was pinned to the tree, and firefighters had to use saws in order to remove it from the tree.
The driver of the SUV and a woman of about twenty-three years were pronounced dead at the scene. Two men, aged 21 and 19, were rescued and were taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in fair condition. The accident resulted in no injuries to the Chrysler driver and no injuries to anyone else. Witnesses captured the scene as firefighters removed the car from the tree. The road was closed for several hours after the incident to allow cleanup crews to clean up the scene.
Several police officers were able to extract the woman from the vehicle that was partially pinned against the tree. The 33-year old woman was declared dead on the spot. The Toyota Prius driver, who was driving the other vehicle, was not seriously hurt. A video from the scene shows that the vehicle was folded around the trunk of the tree. The victim was taken to a hospital for further treatment. Injuries were reported to the car, but she is now alive.
The SUV driver, a 35-year-old man, and a 23-year-old woman were pronounced dead at the scene. The two men were extricated from the SUV and taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center. Although the driver of the Chrysler was not hurt in the crash, he was shaken by the incident. The car was removed from the tree by dozens of firefighters who then released the woman.
A 33-year old woman was trapped in her car, which was pinned to a tree at La Rica Avenue in Baldwin Park. The driver was able get out of the wrecked car and was taken to a hospital with fair conditions. She suffered a back injury. The SUV’s 33-year-old female driver died, and the two male passengers in the Jeep were also declared dead. A 23-year-old woman was in the SUV, and the man was not the driver of the Jeep.
The accident was fatal for the driver and two other passengers, who were in the SUV. The victim was declared dead at the scene. The two men were pronounced unconscious, but they were able to recover. The driver of the Chrysler, who was in the Jeep, was unharmed in the crash. The SUV’s driver died in the accident, but the passenger in the SUV survived. The car was left twisted around the tree.
The three occupants of the SUV were pronounced dead, but the driver of the Jeep was unharmed. The woman’s 33-year-old boyfriend was also pronounced dead on the scene. The Jeep’s driver was not injured. According to reports, the victim’s family was the only one in the SUV. The vehicle had three occupants, and they were in a hurry to get to their destination.