Two suspects in a car heist were killed in a fiery car crash on Sunday, May 14th in Los Angeles.
The vehicle collided with a tree and quickly burst up into flames, concluding what was a high speed car chase that spanned across Hollywood Boulevard.
The car in question was a 1993 Honda, which, although a dependable vehicle, is not one worth dying for. It was winding in an out of traffic, precariously maneuvering between cars.
A group of nightclub goers gathered to watch the hijinks of these two car thieves. Although there was a crowd, luckily no pedestrians or other drivers were injured.
The two people in the car are still not identified, as they ended up being burning beyond recognition. Officers have not yet been able to determineage, race or gender. The coroner’s office has stepped in to assist in the identification.
The car, which was burned down to its frame, was covered by a white sheet by officers. They have also closed down the street as they launched their investigation.
LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles police say two stolen-car suspects were killed when their vehicle hit a tree and burst into flames during a high speed chase along Hollywood Boulevard. Officials say the 1993 Honda weaved erratically in and out of traffic before the crash early Sunday not far from a nightclub where revelers were gathered on a sidewalk. No pedestrians or motorists were hurt. Officer Mike Lopez says the two people in the car were burned beyond recognition of age, race or gender. Coroner’s officials will attempt to identify them. Police used a white sheet to cover the car, which was burned down to its frame. Several streets were closed as police investigate.