Police Seeks Suspect in Santa Rosalia Drive Hit-and-Run Accident
Los Angeles, CA (July 15, 2023) On Thursday evening, Marco Tulio Santizo died and his 41-year-old grandson was injured after a hit-and-run crash on Santa Rosalia Drive.
LAPD says that the hit-and-run accident happened at about 9:30 p.m. at the 4200 block of Santa Rosalia Drive.
Reports say that a dark-colored vehicle struck 2 men and fled the scene after the collision. Officials say that the victims were an 85-year-old male and a 41-year-old male.
Authorities say that a witness saw both victims on the roadway, then called for help afterward. Medics transported both patients to the hospital, where the 85-year-old man died, while the 41-year-old, identified as Marco Tulio Herrera Santizo, is in stable condition.
Police are investigating the hit-and-run accident. The decedent was revealed to be Marco Tulio Santizo, who was walking home from work with his grandson when the deadly accident occurred.
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