A 60-year-old guy died at a health center from injuries he suffered in a hit-and-run crash in Fullerton, with the 43-year-old motorist of the vehicle that struck him finishing up captive.
Police officers replied to the area of Lemon Road as well as Santa Fe Avenue about 6 p.m. Thursday and also found the sufferer lying in the No. 2 lane of Lemon, according to the Fullerton Authorities Department.
A preliminary investigation determined the suspicious lorry, a 2015 Honda Civic, was southbound on Lemon when it struck the pedestrian, who was not in a significant crosswalk, police claimed.
The sufferer was taken to a medical facility by Fullerton Fire Department paramedics, where he was noticable dead.
The motorist of the Honda, determined as Marianne Hall, 43, of Fullerton, left the scene before police officers’ arrival yet later returned and was apprehended on uncertainty of felony hit-and-run creating excellent physical injury or fatality. Neither alcohol neither medicines appear to be consider the crash, authorities claimed.
The name of the sufferer was not promptly divulged.
Any individual that experienced the accident was asked to call FPD Web traffic Accident Private Investigator Keen at 714-738-6812. Anonymous suggestions can be called in to Orange Region Criminal Activity Stoppers at 855-847-6227.
Weapon, precious jewelry stolen from Crystal Cove residence Female eliminated in head-on, believed DRUNK DRIVING collision in Huntington Beach; 17-year-old vehicle driver apprehended Fire at Brea production plant prompts dozens of emptyings from close-by homes 3.3 quake strikes near Anaheim on New Year’s Day Guy found shot, hemorrhaging in Lake Woodland street, dies at health center