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Car crash on Victory Boulevard near Pierce Farm Center

 Shala Nawabi being transported to hospital after striking a light pole with her car. Photo: Kevin Reynolds
Shala Nawabi being transported to hospital after striking a light pole with her car. Photo: Kevin Reynolds

 

On the afternoon of Sep. 2, a car driven by Shahla Nawabi, a Non-Pierce College student, struck a light post on Victory Boulevard in front of Pierce’s Farm Center.

Shahla Nawabi, 28, struck the post as she swerved while traveling eastbound on Victory Boulevard to avoid hitting a car that stopped in front of her, according to a Los Angeles Police Officer.

She was heading toward her job in Tarzana when a car suddenly stopped in front of her.

The police do not consider this “accident” as a “hit-and-run,” because the cars didn’t crash into each other.

Nawabi was taken to the hospital by the Los Angeles Fire Department for treatment of her injuries.

 

 

Shala Nawabi being transported to hospital after striking a light pole with her car. Photo: Kevin Reynolds

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