Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Crowds of people in Los Angeles are defying the city’s coronavirus stay-at-home order to hang out at intersections and watch street drivers performing donuts and drag races, according to a local report.The so-called street takeovers involve illegal stunt driving and have been a dangerous problem since long before the coronavirus pandemic, Fox 11 reported — but now they also violate social distancing guidelines.“Now these takeovers this weekend were unusually bad, people getting hit by cars, traffic accidents, in fact, we had a fatal accident in the city related to racing,” Jesse Garcia, of the LAPD’s Central Traffic Division and head of the Street Racing Task Force, told the outlet.CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE Videos of the gatherings show cars burning rubber, leaving marks on the street, making tight turns and even striking bystanders. And they show many spectators who appear to be standing much more closely together than the recommended 6 feet – although some are, along with wearing masks.Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti issued a “Safer at Home” order weeks ago, requiring residents to stay at home except for in a number of situations,

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