WESTWOOD—On Saturday, November 7, a crash between a motorcycle and a Nissan Sentra injured several people.
The crash occurred at 3:11 a.m., near the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Manning Avenue. According to reports, the Nissan Sentra was making a left-hand turn on Manning Avenue when it was T-boned by the motorcycle.
There were four people inside the Nissan Sentra; all of them appeared to be college students, but it has not yet been confirmed what college they attend. According to reports, the students were on their way to eat when the crash occurred.
The victims were transported to either the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center or Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
The driver of the Nissan Sentra has been released from the hospital. The motorcyclists and one of the other passengers inside the vehicle were listed in critical condition. The other three passengers that were involved in the crash were listed as being in minor to moderate condition.
The intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Manning Avenue was temporarily closed while officials cleared the remnants of the crash. Traffic was later re-opened to the public.
The cause of the crash is currently being investigated by officials to determine the exact cause.