Leah Lee Car Accident – According to police statements released on Saturday, a crash in California that occurred as a result of a police pursuit of a vehicle that was being driven by a child who was 13 years old resulted in the death of one person and injured over a dozen others. According to the authorities, the incident took place at approximately 4:25 p.m. in the city of Woodland, which is located approximately 30 kilometers north of Sacramento.
According to a statement released by the Woodland Police Department, an officer witnessed a car that was later discovered to be stolen being driven “erratically.” The officer made an attempt to stop the vehicle, which led to a brief vehicle pursuit. According to the police department, the pursuit ended in a tragic and fatal collision at a crossroads. According to what was written on the sign, “The car collided with two other vehicles, causing two cars to catch fire.”
Woodland police Sergeant Victoria Danzl informed the Sacramento affiliate of NBC’s KCRA that the incident resulted in the death of a woman and the hospitalization of around ten persons, including three minors as young as 13 years old. According to Danzl, the little girl, who was just 13 years old at the time of the accident, was the only passenger in the car. It wasn’t entirely apparent what happened before the chase began.
It was not immediately possible to obtain information regarding the conditions of the 10 injured people. The identify of the woman who was murdered has not been made known to the general public. A request for information was sent to the California Highway Patrol, which the police claim is handling the investigation; however, the CHP did not immediately respond to the request.