New Year’s Day: 3 Killed, Dozens Injured in Los Angeles Shootings and Traffic Collisions

LOS ANGELES, California – Tragedy struck the city on New Year’s Day, as three people lost their lives and a dozen others were left injured in two separate shootings.

One of the incidents occurred at an underground New Year’s Eve party in downtown Los Angeles, where a man and a woman were killed, and eight others were injured. Police arrived at the scene to the sound of gunshots and found several wounded people lying on the street and sidewalk, all of whom were taken to the hospital. The shooting was said to have stemmed from a dispute at the party, which took place in an industrial area with warehouses and commercial buildings.

In another part of the city, a woman was killed and four others were injured in a separate shooting in the Hawthorne area. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported that they were investigating the shooting.

The LAPD officials also reported three separate fatal traffic collisions in the city within an hour on New Year’s Eve, which left several dead and injured. One collision involved a speeding SUV and a sedan, resulting in the death of a father and their eldest daughter, while the mother and the toddler were left in critical condition at the hospital. Additionally, a pedestrian was struck and killed by multiple vehicles in a hit-and-run case in the Lomita area.

The details of the shootings and fatal traffic collisions have left the city in mourning and have raised concerns about public safety in Los Angeles. Local authorities are actively investigating these tragic incidents, but as of now, no information on any suspects has been made available. These events serve as a grim reminder of the need for continued efforts to ensure the safety and security of all residents in Los Angeles.