Los Angeles sheriff’s office recruits injured in car crash

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Los Angeles sheriff’s office recruits injured in car crash

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A car crash in Whittier, California, has left an unknown number of recruits for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office injured.

The LACSO confirmed that the crash took place on Wednesday morning, but added that it does not know how many people were injured.

The crash took place at around 6:30 a.m., and at least 11 recruits were struck by the vehicle and are said to be in critical condition, according to FOX 11. They have been rushed to area hospitals for treatment, the report said.

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