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Two sent to hospitals after three cars, bus collide in W. Los Angeles

January 31, 2011 |  2:09 pm

Map shows approximate location of Monday's accident. Click through for more information on the Pico-Robertson area in the Times' interactive Mapping L.A. database. An elderly man suffered serious injuries Monday in a traffic collision in West Los Angeles involving three cars and an MTA bus, officials said.

The man, about 70 years old, was transported to a local hospital, said Erik Scott, a spokesman with the Los Angeles Fire Department. A woman in her 30s was also taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, he said.

Two others at the crash scene, in the 8700 block of Olympic Boulevard near Robertson Boulevard, were evaluated by emergency medical technicians and released. Scott did not have other details on the 11:30 a.m. crash, but said that no one on the bus is believed to have suffered injuries.

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Image: Map shows the approximate location of Monday's accident. Click through for more information on the Pico-Robertson area in the Times' interactive Mapping L.A. database. Credit: Mapping L.A.

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