What’s going on at Gardena Memorial Hospital?

Gardena is in mourning for two women who were killed in a traffic accident in March.

They were just 21 and 23 years old, respectively.

Their bodies were found in a car at a traffic light in March 2017.

Police said the men had been drinking and driving and were drunk at the time. 

“We were all heartbroken by this tragedy, but we will continue to serve our community as we always have,” said Gardena’s president and CEO of Community Services, Diane Hoch. 

Hoch also released a statement Tuesday thanking the Gardena community for their support and prayers.

“The community has been extremely supportive and our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families,” she said.

“We understand the impact this accident has had on the Gardenas community and we want to continue to work with the community to find a peaceful resolution. 

We will continue our efforts to ensure Gardena has the highest quality of care available.” 

Police said the two men were drinking alcohol at the wheel of their car when they were hit by a passing vehicle.

They died at the scene.

The driver was taken to the hospital for a mental evaluation and a preliminary toxicology report. 

Gardena Memorial’s emergency department had no specific details on how they determined the alcohol level. 

Police were asking for the public’s help in identifying the driver, which is why they have posted a reward of up to $25,000. 

This is not the first time a young woman has died in an accident at Gardenas hospital. 

In April 2018, two women died in a fatal accident at the hospital.

They are from Winnipeg, Manitoba and are described as Caucasian, aged between 23 and 24 years old. 

The first woman, a woman who was found unresponsive in her car, died a short time later at the Gardenacare.

She was pronounced dead at the University of Manitoba Hospital. 

Two other women, both 25, were transported to the University Hospital in Winnipeg after being taken there from a nearby park and then transported to Gardena for medical care.

They have since died.