Kim Lieng Dao Dead in Fountain Valley Pedestrian Accident on Euclid Street
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA (July 7, 2020) – Saturday night, Kim Lieng Dao, 76, died in a pedestrian crash on Euclid Street in Fountain Valley.
The crash occurred on July 4th at around 8:11 p.m. The officers responded to Euclid Street and Edinger Avenue, Fountain Valley police revealed.
When the authorities arrived, they located the unresponsive woman under a white, 2012 Mercedes-Benz C250. The police declared the Fountain Valley resident dead at the scene.
Upon investigation, the officers found out that another vehicle struck the victim. The said vehicle appeared to be a crossover vehicle.
According to reports, the first vehicle escaped the crash scene. At this time, the authorities are trying to find additional details about the suspect vehicle and the driver.
Meanwhile, in the case of the driver who stayed at the scene, the police do not believe that alcohol played a role. As they seek for more leads, they urge witnesses to contact Fountain Valley police at 714-593-4481 and reference incident #20-21296.
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