4 Hospitalized After Multi-Vehicle Crash in Hawthorne

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Four people were hospitalized early Saturday morning after a crash involving two vehicles in Hawthorne, authorities said.

The collision, which toppled a light pole, occurred about 12:34 a.m. at the intersection of West 120th Street and Freeman Avenue (map), according to Lt. Eric Lane of the Hawthorne Police Department.

First responders are seen at the site of a two-car crash in Hawthorne on April 12, 2014. (Credit: OnScene.tv HD)

One of the cars was carrying three people at the time of the incident; a driver was the only person in the other car.

All four occupants were transported to a hospital in conditions that were less than critical, Lane said.

It was unclear if alcohol was a factor in the crash, authorities said.

The three-occupant vehicle smelled of alcohol, a Hawthorne police watch commander said, but whether that car’s driver had been under the influence was not immediately known.

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