FIRE | POLICE: Vehicle Vs Occupied Hindu Temple | Arrest | South Sacramento

FIRE | POLICE: Vehicle Vs Occupied Hindu Temple | Arrest | South Sacramento cover

At about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, the Sacramento Fire and Police Departments responded to reports of a vehicle crashed into the Hindu Temple in the 7700 block of La Mancha Way.

When crews arrived, they found a vehicle had partially crashed into the side wall of the structure.

According to reports, there was some sort of dispute inside the vehicle, resulting in the vehicle departing the roadway and crashing into the occupied structure where a gathering was in progress.

Directly on the other side of that wall was an elderly lady, whom all the debris from the crash came down upon, according to reports. She was transported to the hospital via paramedic ambulance with what appeared to be minor to moderate injuries.

The driver of the vehicle, whose license was suspended, was arrested and transported to the Sacramento County Main Jail.

We will post updates when/if more details become available.

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