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One injured after car crashes into Carson restaurant

A car crashed into a Mexican restaurant in Carson on Tuesday, injuring at least one person.

Los Angeles County firefighters extracted two people from the rubble at Las Palmas Cafe in the 23900 block of South Avalon Boulevard near Sepulveda about 11:40 a.m., said county fire inspector Quvondo Johnson.

One person was taken to a trauma center, Johnson said. It was unclear if the injured person was in the car or the restaurant at the time of the crash.


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