A crash in the city of Long Beach left a car and two people dead and at least one person wounded.
The driver of the SUV, a 57-year-old man from Long Beach, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The other person who was injured was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Long Beach police said a vehicle matching the description was seen in the area.
Police say the crash happened around 3 p.m. on West Alameda Avenue near Highway 10, where the car was found parked.
The driver was taken into custody without incident.
Police said the SUV’s front passenger side door was not locked.
It has not been determined if the person who died had any identification on them.
Long Beach Police Department’s Public Information Officer, Jennifer Peralta, said the suspect was arrested by Long Beach officers after a brief pursuit and was being questioned by police.
She said that Long Beach is working with the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office and Los Angeles Police Department to determine the identity of the deceased.
Aerial video captured from the scene showed a silver SUV parked on a curb with two black SUV doors open.
It was also covered with debris.
Peralta said the car in question was being towed by tow trucks when it struck the SUV.
The incident occurred in Long Beach’s Alameda Heights neighborhood.
Long Park, a neighborhood in the West Hills, is about 30 minutes away.
Pocalta said Long Beach was alerted to the crash around 3:45 p.ms.
The crash occurred on Alameda Road, which is located at the intersection of Alameda and Alameda Streets.
Long Bay is about 35 minutes away by car.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was called to the scene to investigate.
Long Bridge Medical Center is assisting Long Beach with the medical costs of the victims.