LAFD Assists with Multi-Patient Collision in Culver City

Wednesday, March 15, 2006 |

On Wednesday, March 15, 2006 at 2:54 PM, two Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, seven LAFD Rescue Ambulances, three EMS Battalion Captains, one Battalion Chief Officer Command Team and one Division Chief Officer Command Team as well as Medical Advisor Marc Eckstein MD, all under the direction of Assistant Chief Donald Austin responded in Mutual Aid to a Multi-Patient Traffic Collision near 8522 West National Boulevard in Culver City.

The Los Angeles Fire Department established Joint Command with the Culver City Fire Department, while LAFD personnel assisted in the triage, treatment and transportation of seven pre-to-young teenage patients. One adult female was declared deceased at the scene.

The Culver City Police Department will be handling the investigation.

Submitted by Brian Humphrey, Spokesman
Los Angeles Fire Department


Ruby said...

I go to this school annd the people who got hit are close friends. I feel that the person who did this should feel bad and have shame for the rest of their lives!!!!

Anonymous said...

I go to the school that this tragedy happened to. Coach Phillips was the best coach there. No offense coach porter and coach benson. Oh yeah, you too Coach Ronquillo. I am really sorry for most of the people that had to witnice this happen. They are probablly going to have more mental pain than us. I hope everyone in the hospitals gets better as quickly as possible.

I Luv YOU Amina, Henry, Shanon, Hayley, Kyle and everyone else!!
Please get better :D I Luv Yahllz!
Luv Maria

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