Friday, October 28, 2016

East L.A. lightpole falls on man; Griffith Park hiker assaulted; 102-year-old Lincoln Heights woman prepares to vote; a Silver Lake Soriano house going for $1.55 million

Clouds Reflected, Silver Lake | Jeff Kelly

Cloud Watching, Silver Lake | Jeff Kelly

MOrning Report

  • Police said a man may face attempted murder charges after seriously injuring a hiker in Griffith Park following what may have been a dispute. KTLA
  • A light pole that had been struck by a big-rig truck fell on a pedestrian in an East L.A. intersection. The victim, who pushed a woman out of the way of the falling pole, suffered major injuries. ABC7
  • A 102-year-old Lincoln Heights woman prepares to vote in today’s election . NBCLA
  • A 1937 Silver Lake home designed by Raphael Soriano has gone up for sale for $1.55 million. Curbed L.A.

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One comment

  1. Terrible reporting by KTLA. This wasn’t an “attack” at Griffith Park, but a case of two guys who may have been drunk, got into a fight and gone guy getting his ass kicked. This wasn’t some scumbag hiding the bushes and attacking a hiker.

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