Student injured

On Friday morning, Oct. 21, at approximately 12:30, two ULV students, sophomores Tamara Lien and Mike Whipple, were struck by a car at the intersection of “D” and Third Streets. The driver of the car was senior Eugene Kim.

According to Whipple, Lien was on his back when the two were struck. “She [Lien] was alright at the scene of the accident,” said Whipple.

Though Lien was in a wheelchair, she declined to be interviewed on advice from her attorney.

Both the La Verne Police and Fire Departments responded. According to the La Verne police log, Kim was cited and released.

—David Sutton

David Sutton, Sports Editor
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