Angelina Pinedo Dies in Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Accident at Aviation Boulevard and Grant Avenue
REDONDO BEACH, CA (January 28, 2019)– A 21-year-old woman was struck and killed by a hit-and-run vehicle on Aviation Boulevard at Grant Avenue Sunday night.
The fatal incident happened in the 1600 block of Aviation Boulevard at Grand Avenue. It was around 9 p.m. when 21-year-oldAngelina Calderon Pinedo and her older sister, Martha Torres, were walking in a crosswalk at the intersection. Pinedo was hit by a southbound traveling vehicle on Aviation Boulevard and possibly dragged for several hundreds of feet, witnesses say, before the driver briefly exited the SUV and got back in and sped away.
The car was described as a black Audi Q5 SUV with a partial plate number of “7MB.” Reports say the car sustained damages to the front windshield and hood.
Pinedo, a San Francisco State University student, was described by her loved ones as having a forgiving heart.
Anyone who has information regarding this crash is asked to call Redondo Beach police Investigator Clint Daniel at (310) 379-2477 ext. 2721 or by email at clint.daniel@Redondo.org.
To those who knew Angelina Calderon Pinedo, we hope you seek comfort and strength around you. Our lawyers would like to express our sincere thoughts and sympathies in light of this devastating time.
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