Victorville Police Department Investigates Fatal Pedestrian Collision on D Street
Victorville, CA (September 15, 2023) On Thursday evening, an auto-pedestrian crash on D Street in Old Town Victorville left a person dead.
According to the Victorville Police Department, the fatal collision happened around 9 p.m. on D Street, between Third Avenue and Fifth Avenue.
Reports say that a white Honda fatally struck a man in the westbound lanes of D street.
Authorities say that the driver stayed at scene and cooperated with officials.
Police are investigating the fatal pedestrian collision.
Sweet Lawyers express sympathies to the bereaved family of teh man who died in the auto-pedestrian crash on D Street. Our hearts are with you through these trying times.
Fatality in Auto-Pedestrian Crash on D Street
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