Three dead and three injured in collision in Manhattan Beach – NBC Los Angeles

Four cars were involved in an accident in Manhattan Beach that killed three people and injured three others. Sepulveda Boulevard was closed on Wednesday morning while police were working on the crime scene. Toni Guinyard will report for Today in LA on November 24, 2021.

The coroner’s office on Thursday released the name of the third person killed in a four-vehicle accident in Manhattan Beach that also injured three other people.

The third person killed in the crash was identified as Gabriel Stauring, 55, from Redondo Beach, according to the coroner.

The crash was reported on Sepulveda Boulevard and Marine Avenue at 9:46 p.m. Tuesday, Manhattan Beach police said.

Christian Mendoza, 48, of Redondo Beach was in one of the vehicles and died on the scene, according to the Los Angeles County coroner.

Redondo Beach residents Katie-Jay Scott, 40, and Stauring were in a different car and also died on the scene, the coroner’s office reported.

Two adults were hospitalized in serious condition, one adolescent in critical condition. A vehicle crashed into a nearby building and Sepulveda was littered with debris from the collision.

“Given the catastrophic nature of the collision and the amount of debris at the scene, it appears that someone was driving very fast,” a police spokesman told City News Service when asked if speed was a factor in the accident.

Cars involved in the accident were a BMW, a VW and a Prius. One of the vehicles crashed into a nearby building that housed the Coast Music Store, and Sepulveda Boulevard was littered with debris from the collision.

The circumstances of the crash were investigated.

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