TEMPLE CITY — A two-car crash Saturday sent one of the involved vehicles crashing into a house along Live Oak Avenue, but resulted in no significant injuries, authorities said.
The crash took place shortly before 1:30 p.m. at Live Oak and Alessandro Avenue.
Prior to the collision, a Toyota Camry was westbound on Live Oak, and a blue 4-door sedan was heading north on Alessandro, Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. Loy McBride said.
The blue sedan, “failed to yield at the stop sign,” the lieutenant said.
It collided with the Toyota, sending it careening into a corner house, according to McBride.
A woman driving the Toyota was treated for apparently minor injuries, he said. The other driver and two people who were inside the house were unhurt.
The crash remained under investigation, however driving under the influence was not initially suspected, McBride said.
It was the second time this week a car slammed into a Temple City home.
A two-vehicle crash late Tuesday sent a Honda Civic into the side of a home in the 9400 block of Olive Street, sheriff’s and fire officials said.
Driving under the influence was believed to have played a role in Tuesday’s crash, officials added. No significant injuries were reported.
Staff photo by Steve Scauzillo