4 Injured in Structural Crash on Del Amo Circle [Torrance, CA]

4 Injured in Structural Crash on Del Amo Circle [Torrance, CA]

4 Injured in Structural Crash on Torrance [TORRANCE, CA]

4 Injured in Structural Crash on Del Amo Circle [Torrance, CA]

Car Crashes into Building and Leaves Four People Injured

TORRANCE, CA (July 9, 2021) – On Tuesday, a structural crash on Del Amo Circle following a car collision in Torrance left four people injured.

Two vehicles collided around 2:30 P.M. in the 21700 block of Del Amo Circle East. The impact sent one of the vehicles into a nearby building.

Responding paramedics treated four people at the scene before taking them to nearby hospitals for further treatment.

Although, the severity of the injuries and the current condition of the victims remains unknown.

Torrance authorities remained at the scene to investigate the circumstances behind the structural crash.

No further information has been given at this time.

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