tree near Keystone Street, Burbank Police Sgt. Jay Jette said.
Garagousian was pronounced dead at Providence St. Joseph Medical
Center shortly after the wreck, and the boy, Hambik Bagheri, died
about 3:45 p.m. Monday at County-USC Medical Center, Jette said.
A 15-year-old Burbank boy who was also riding in the car is still
hospitalized at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills
and remains in critical condition, Jette said, adding that a
20-year-old woman was also injured but not seriously.
The crash is still under investigation. Police ask witnesses or
anyone with information to call 238-3100.
Cops serve food
DOWNTOWN BURBANK -- Burbank Police officers will wait tables today
at the Elephant Bar restaurant at Tip-A-Cop, a benefit for the
Tri-Valley Special Olympics.
Several city officials, community leaders and City Council members
will also attend. The event, hosted by the Burbank Police Officers
Assn., is from 5 to 9 p.m. at 110 N. 1st St.
All proceeds will be donated to Tri-Valley, a nonprofit
organization that supports more than 600 athletes who play several
For more information, call 631-5327.
Pancake breakfast supports troops
MAGNOLIA PARK -- Hands Across the Battlefield will host a pancake
breakfast to support American soldiers from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
The breakfast is in the parking lot of Genio's Restaurant, 1420
W. Olive Ave. The cost is $5, $4 for people 60 and older, and $3 for
children 10 and younger.
A free gift will be given to those who bring items to be sent to
military personnel. For more information, call Cutter's Custom
Construction at 842-5100.
Mark R. Madler