A Lake Forest man suspected of causing a crash that left five people injured in Seal Beach earlier this month was arrested over the weekend, police say.

The crash took place around 7:14 p.m. on Feb. 11 at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street in Seal Beach. Surveillance video at the scene captures a car speeding through a red light and T-boning another car driving through the intersection.

The driver that caused the crash fled on foot and was not immediately located, police said. The driver and four passengers of the other vehicle sustained serious injuries and were all taken to area trauma hospitals.

At the scene of the crash, police said the suspect fled to a nearby residential neighborhood and was not immediately located.

Police and volunteers canvassed the area in the days following the crash and identified Jahson Imgrund, 23, of Lake Forest as a suspect. According to Seal Beach police, Imgrund turned himself in on Sunday, Feb. 19, and he was arrested and booked for a felony hit and run that caused serious bodily injury.

“We want to thank the community for their support and assistance during this investigation,” said Seal Beach Chief of Police Michael Henderson in a statement. “The assistance of volunteers canvassing the neighborhood, residents searching for additional video evidence, and the ongoing concern for the victims and their families illustrates how tight knit the Seal Beach community is.”

As of Feb. 12, the morning after the crash, two of the patients had been discharged from the hospital but the other three patients—all 17-year-old girls from Orange County—remain hospitalized in serious but stable condition, according to police.

The current status of the three girls is unknown.

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact Traffic Investigator Officer James Dowdell at (562) 799-4100 ext. 1627 or [email protected].