At least seven people are being treated by LAFD Monday afternoon after being hit by a vehicle at the L.A. Auto Show taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
A vehicle that appeared to be a Fiat 500 crashed outside the L.A. Auto Show, leaving multiple people injured on Nov. 21, 2016.
The crash was reported about 1:15 p.m. at 1201 S. Figueroa St., according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. Seven patients were being evaluated after being struck by a car at or near the convention center, Brian Humphrey of LAFD said. The patients were on or near a sidewalk when they were hit by a vehicle at the Auto Show, he said. The connection between the vehicle and the auto show will be determined by police, Humphrey said.
The Fire Department tweeted an image of a vehicle that appeared to be a Fiat 500. It bore a sign on its door stating “Drive Today! At the Auto Show.”