California teenager killed by car crash after stab suspect crashes

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — One Southern California teenager was killed and three others injured Tuesday afternoon when a stabbing suspect crashed his vehicle into the group as they were walking near their high school, authorities said.

Investigators are looking into whether the driver, who had allegedly stabbed a Walmart employee earlier in the day, intentionally crashed into the teens in Thousand Oaks, according to Ventura County Sheriff’s Deputy Ashley Barrios.

Barrios stated that the police were not pursuing the suspect. The extent of the suspect’s injuries were not immediately known.

Barrios reported that a 16 year old boy died after being struck by a car, and he said a 16 year old girl was in critical conditions. A 16-year old boy suffered minor injuries while a girl aged 15 was in moderate health.

According to Simi Valley, police, the Walmart stabbing happened in Simi Valley, around 2:40pm. The suspect fled the scene, driving a white Toyota Camry. Walmart employee received one stab.

Barrios stated that the suspect was then involved in a domestic dispute with family members located in Camarillo (about 24.14 kilometers away). No one was hurt.

After that, the suspect traveled to Thousand Oaks — about 12 miles (19.31 kilometers) from Camarillo — where he crashed the Camry into the teenagers, Barrios said.

The deputy stated that all three incidents took place within 90 minutes.

The identities of the teens have not been released by the authorities. Additional details were not immediately known.

Thousand Oaks is located approximately 56.33 km (35 miles) north of downtown Los Angeles.

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