The suspected drunken driver who police stated struck a car carrying three Georgia firefighters, killing one among them and injuring the opposite two close to Marina Del Rey, was being held at a Los Angeles jail Wednesday in lieu of a $one hundred,000 bond.
The three-car collision occurred round 10 p.m. Monday on the intersection of Ocean Avenue and Washington Boulevard, stated Lt. Joseph Sanchez of the Los Angeles Police Division’s Pacific Division.
Ron Herens, 23, of Powder Springs died on the scene, stated coroner’s Assistant Chief Ed Winter. Herens was a passenger within the car, Winter stated.
Herens was ejected from the car, Sanchez stated. The opposite two firefighters have been taken to hospitals, one for remedy of a attainable damaged collarbone and hip, and the opposite for lacerations sustained within the crash, Sanchez stated.
The drunken driver, recognized by police as 23-yr-previous Benjamin Albert Seider, was taken into custody on suspicion of driving whereas intoxicated, Sanchez stated. A pair within the third automotive concerned within the accident weren’t harm, he added.
Witnesses on the scene informed NBC4 that Seider ran a purple mild at eighty to one hundred miles per hour when he crashed into the firefighters’ car.
The firefighters have been half of a giant group visiting from Georgia on trip within the Los Angeles space.
—Metropolis Information Service
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