Two veteran officers were injured in a training accident in South Gate, suffering burns to their face and upper bodies. Robert Kovacik reports for the NBC4 News at 11 on Wednesday, July 19, 2017.Published 1 minute ago
Two teens were rushed to the hospital on Friday after a firework accident in a local skate park. Their friends said what they heard and saw was horrific. "His whole hand was just blown off and I was screaming, 'Call 911!'" said Daniel. He said their night at the Bonita Skatepark started off fine until he saw one teen holding a tennis-ball sized firework, the other about to light it. "I just told him not to light it," he said. "They went on ahead and just did it.
A 16-year-old boy who sneaked out at night and took his mother's car was suspected of driving under the influence in a crash that left four people injured Thursday in Santa Ana. He was speeding down the 1600 block of South Greenville Street at 11 a.m. when he lost control of the silver sedan, which jumped the curb, veered onto a sidewalk and plowed into pedestrians, Santa Ana police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna said. The car then slammed into a light pole.
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