Monday, October 24, 2016

City Council & School Board elections held today; sleepy driver hits three pedestrians in Eagle Rock; man struck by Gold Line train gets $4.25 million settlement; police foot beats expanded in Boyle Heights & El Sereno

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Voters will cast their ballots today in the Council District 4 race and the District 5 school board race. L.A. Times

A woman and two children were in stable condition after they were struck in 1600 block of Yosemite Drive by a vehicle whose driver had fallen asleep. Daily News

Metro has agreed to pay $4.25 million to a man whose foot was amputated after he was struck in a pedestrian crosswalk by a Gold Line train near the Southwest Museum station in Mount Washington. L.A. Times

The LAPD’s Hollenbeck Division has expanded foot beats in Boyle Heights and El Sereno as part of an effort to build stronger community connections. L.A. Times

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  1. Self driving cars can’t come quickly enough

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