Two adult pedestrians were hospitalized with minor injuries after being struck by a minivan, which then crashed into a Koreatown school Friday morning, according to officials.
Police responded around 8:15 a.m., Los Angeles Police Department Officer Nuria Vanegas said.
One of the two injured pedestrians was a woman, Vanegas said. No further details were available.
The school did not appear to have significant damage. The silver Honda minivan was caved in on its front, right side and its bumper was almost completely torn off.
Some 4,000 students attend the campus, which offers grades kindergarten through 12, according to the school's website.