Published : Thursday, September 12, 2019 | 5:52 AM
A collision between two cars at the southeast corner of Raymond Ave. and West California Blvd. shortly after noon Wednesday sent one vehicle careening into a crosswalk where it struck two pedestrians.
Pasadena Police Lt Pete Hettema said the woman, whom he estimated to be in her late eighties, was extricated by Pasadena firefighters and paramedics and rushed to a nearby hospital. He said her condition is unknown.
The other pedestrian was a 26-year-old woman who also transported to a hospital but apparently only suffering scrapes and bruises.
Hettema said neither driver — a young woman and an older man — was injured in the collision.
A traffic investigation into the incident is ongoing.
No Metro trains are reported to have been involved. A traffic signal was also struck and knocked down during the collision, according to a preliminary report.