Girl Killed, 5 Injured In Four Car Crash At Intersection - KMSP-TV

Girl Killed, 5 Injured In Four Car Crash At Intersection

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(FOX 11 / CNS) An investigation was underway this morning into a four-vehicle collision in Azusa that killed a 4-year-old girl and sent five other people to the hospital.

The crash happened around 8:40 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Citrus Avenue and Gladstone Street, said Azusa police Sgt. John Madaloni, adding that it involved a pickup truck, a transit bus and two passenger vehicles.

The 4-year-old was in a vehicle with two other juveniles and two adults who were also hurt, Madaloni said. All five were injured and taken to a hospital, he said, adding that the girl was airlifted and later pronounced dead.

The two other children were in serious condition but were expected to survive, as were the two adults in that vehicle, Madaloni said.

Two passengers on the bus complained of pain. One was taken to a hospital and the other was treated at the scene and released, he said.

No arrests were made nor citations issued, but the investigation is ongoing, Madaloni said. Police cleared the scene shortly after 5 a.m., he said.

This is the donation and fundraising info for the car accident that happened in Azusa Ca on GladStone and Citrus on Monday 7/15/13

All donations can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank: Account Number #1102643929 Attn. Sophia Mendoza Fundraiser.

There will be a car wash this Saturday 7/20 on Gladstone and Azusa at the Edgewood shopping center from 12-7pm.

There will be a food sale: 3 tacos, beans, rice, salad for $8.00 at Memorial Park in Azusa Ca from 12-8pm on Sunday 7/21/13.

All flowers can be sent to Rosehills Cemetery as of Friday 7/19/13.

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