VENICE BEACH, Calif. (FOX 11) - A Los Angeles police cruiser ran over a person sunbathing at Venice Beach.
The incident took place Sunday on the sand between the Venice Beach boardwalk and the ocean. LAPD officers say they were on normal beach patrol when they noticed they had hit something after turning their vehicle slightly. When they got out of the cruiser to investigate, they noticed a 25 to 30-year-old woman underneath.
Medical personnel on the beach ran to the scene and was able to give first aid before paramedics arrived. The woman was transported to a hospital where she is in stable condition.
Yep. LAPD apparently hit someone in the sand. Female approx 25 conscious and breathing. FD + lifeguards at Breeze & OFW dealing w patient. Easter often has a gnarly incident on the beach for some reason.— Venice 311 (@Venice311) April 21, 2019
Police say preliminary reports indicate that the woman has no broken bones or significant internal injuries.