A California car crash incident took place just before 4:30 p.m. last Friday near Court Street and College Street in Woodland, California. This incident shockingly involves a 13-year-old who has reportedly stolen a car. The 13-year-old will face felony charges.
California Car Crash Involves 13-Year-Old Driver
Fox News reported, that before the crash, an officer noticed a vehicle being driven erratically and the said officer tried to pull over the vehicle, but the 13-year-old driver did not stop, then the pursuit happened. The 13-year-old driver was charged with two felonies because of the deadly crash.
Police said during the pursuit, the car driven by the 13-year-old driver crashed with two other vehicles and started to catch fire. Woodland Fire responded to the scene together with first responders.
The California car crash left nearly a dozen injuries including three juveniles who were brought to the hospital, and sadly one woman died in the deadly crash. Inspectors are sure that the driver who did not pull over and refused to stop was a 13-year-old boy who reportedly stole the car.
The 13-Year-Old Driver Was Booked Into Yolo County Juvenile
The 13-year-old driver was arrested for both felony charges – vehicular manslaughter and negligence and evading causing injuries. The boy was booked into the Yolo County Juvenile Hall after being treated.
The boy’s identity was not released due to age, while California Highway Patrol continued investigating the crash.
Overall, the California car crash resulted in a nearly dozen injuries and one death of a woman. Police continue to investigate where did the boy steal the car. Authorities continue to remind residents about responsible driving and proper guidance to their family members.