A total of 23 people were injured when a driver plowed into a group of police recruits during a training session in Southern California on Wednesday morning. The officers provided this information. The Los Angeles County Fire Department said in a tweet, “The accident occurred in the city of Whittier. 23 people are injured patients. Five are in critical condition, four are in moderate condition and 14 are in moderate condition.”
Twenty-two of the injured are recruits to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. ABC television network’s West Coast flagship station KABC-TV, citing officials, reported that they were driving as part of a training exercise when a 22-year-old driver errantly crashed into the group. Citing a KABC-TV report, Xinhua news agency said that the driver was also injured and suffered minor injuries.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed in a statement that the department’s deputy recruit class assigned to the Star Explore Training Academy, Whittier, was struck by a moving vehicle at approximately 6:26 a.m. local time in the 10600 block of Mills Avenue during their walk. bumped into The department said the driver of the vehicle that hit the recruits has been taken into custody for further investigation.