Three of the seven people were left with critical injuries after the crash at Anaheim Street and Ximeno Avenue, police said.
Officers were dispatched to the scene at 10:42 a.m., where they found the woman in the parking stall, lying underneath a pile of blankets, according to police
A car crashed into the facade and parklet of Lord Windsor coffee shop on the corner of Third Street and Cerritos Avenue Monday afternoon, breaking the front window and damaging the shop’s parklet, according to eyewitness accounts on social media.
As a precaution, the drivers of both vehicles were transported to a local hospital for evaluation, police said.
During the heavy rain, a car crashed into the front wall of the Taco Surf restaurant on Pacific Coast Highway. Police are now looking for the driver.
Kort Natterstad, 33, was on a camping trip with his friends when the car they were in rolled over and he was thrown from the vehicle.
“He would always joke around,” said 21-year-old Alexander Cruz, who had been friends with Evan William Davis since the two were in second grade. “No matter what the situation was, he would always find a way to make people laugh.”
Police said a woman was driving eastbound on Anaheim Street when the pedestrian, a man, walked into the roadway.
Paramedics transported two people to local hospitals, authorities said.
The Long Beach Fire Department transported the man to a local hospital were he later died.