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Man Dead After 3 Vehicles Struck Him in Los Angeles County; Detailed Eyewitness Report

Man Dead After 3 Vehicles Struck Him in Los Angeles County; Detailed Eyewitness Report

Los Angeles, CA: A man died after he was hit by 3 cars in Los Angeles County. Three vehicles struck the man, but none of them stopped to offer assistance. The man was in his early 30s.

The authorities have released a press release for the briefing. As per the police, the accident happened on Friday night, at approximately 11:45 p.m.

A light-colored pickup truck driving the wrong way struck the man, as he was “crossing mid-block on San Fernando Road” in Los Angeles, according to a press release from the Valley Traffic Division of the Los Angeles Police Department.

When the man tried to stand up, a light-colored SUV that was “also going northbound San Fernando Road,” on the San Fernando Valley, struck him again.

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According to the release, paramedics went to the site and declared the male, who police described as “possibly Hispanic,” dead. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office is “holding his name pending identification and notification of next of kin.”

Amgad Khalil, a local shop owner, claims to have seen the incident on camera. As per the eyewitness the man was trying to get up and was breathing, but soon another car hit him and then another.

He said that he would frequently see the man carrying a blanket as he strolled through the area. The blanket stayed where the pedestrian died.

Police said that “the first and second vehicles who struck the pedestrian were last seen northbound San Fernando Road towards Osborne Street,” while the third car was last seen “southbound San Fernando Road towards Branford Street.”

The release also added to take extra precautions when crossing roads. Pedestrians are advised to use marked crosswalks and obey traffic lights and the rules. The police also advised drivers to drive attentively and render aid if they happen to see any such accident.

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