Man Dies in Lancaster Traffic Accident
Lancaster, CA (June 26, 2022) – On Saturday, a male pedestrian sustained fatal injuries in an Avenue I hit-and-run crash.
The fatal accident took place at about 9:40 p.m. near Seventh Street East.
According to the investigators, the victim was walking outside of a crosswalk when an eastbound vehicle struck him.
Officers say the vehicle fled the scene right after the incident.
Moreover, the paramedics rushed the pedestrian to Antelope Valley Medical Center where he died.
In the meantime, please contact the authorities at 661-948-8466 for more details about this collision.
Police say they are still investigating whether speed, alcohol or drugs were factors in the Lancaster traffic accident.
We extend our condolences to the family of the person who died in the Avenue I hit-and-run crash. May the bereaved find peace and strength in this time of sorrow.
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