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US 2 horses killed, 2 riders in critical condition after crash in Lake View Terrace

11:05  26 october  2019
11:05  26 october  2019 Source:   abc7.com

Lion Air crash investigators tell victims' families 737 MAX design flaws partly to blame

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Two horses were killed and two riders were left in critical condition after a crash in Lake View Terrace Friday evening. The incident happened shortly before 10 p.m. at Foothill Boulevard and Wheatland Avenue, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The riders were on horseback

Two horses were killed and two people were left in critical condition after a crash in Lake View Terrace Friday evening.

Two horses were killed and two riders were left in critical condition after a crash in Lake View Terrace Friday evening.

The incident happened shortly before 10 p.m. at Foothill Boulevard and Wheatland Avenue, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

The riders were on horseback when they were struck by a vehicle. The driver fled on foot after the crash.

The two victims were transported in critical condition.

Footage from AIR7 HD showed the horses lying in a roadway.

Residents in the neighborhood told Eyewitness News that it's common to see riders in the evening.

"The riders aren't wearing reflective gear. The horses aren't wearing reflective gear. There's people that speed down this street....some of them exceeding 80 in their little sports cars and this is what happens," said Lake View Terrace resident, Darcy Anderson.

What have we learned one year after the Lion Air crash? .
A year after the Lion Air crash, we learn that many of the most crucial errors involving Boeing's 737 Max aircraft occurred years ago, in offices and in simulators.Just days ahead of the one-year anniversary tomorrow (Oct. 29) of the first deadly crash of the Boeing 737 Max, Indonesia’s final investigation report put the blame for the Lion Air crash as much on Boeing’s design of the aircraft as a range of other factors, including lapses in the US regulatory process, Lion Air maintenance, and flight crew response.

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