MONTEREY PARK, CA – Elderly Woman Killed in Pedestrian Collision on Garvey Avenue


MONTEREY PARK, CA – Elderly Woman Killed in Pedestrian Collision on Garvey Avenue
MONTEREY PARK, CA – Elderly Woman Killed in Pedestrian Collision on Garvey Avenue MONTEREY PARK, CA – Elderly Woman Killed in Pedestrian Collision on Garvey Avenue

75-Year-Old Woman Fatally Struck while Crossing near Elizabeth Avenue

 
MONTEREY PARK, CA (May 2, 2018) – A pedestrian collision on Garvey Avenue claimed the life of a 75-year-old woman, late Wednesday night.
 
According to the Monterey Park Police, they received reports about a pedestrian collision at about 9:58 PM in the 900 block of East Garvey Avenue. The woman was crossing on Garvey, just west of Elizabeth Avenue, when an eastbound vehicle struck her. The 69-year-old male driver stopped at the scene and cooperated with authorities, despite a language barrier.
 
The elderly pedestrian was rushed to Los Angeles County USC Medical Center, where she later succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead. Her identity was still not released by the coroner’s office.
 
Garvey Avenue, between New and Orange avenues, was closed to conduct an investigation and to clean up the scene. Affected areas were later reopened at around 5:30 AM the following day. Authorities continue to investigate, and Monterey Park Police encourage witnesses with additional information to contact them by calling (626) 307-1200.


Sweet Law offers our sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of the deceased victim. May she rest in peace.


If you have suddenly lost a loved one in pedestrian collision, reach out to the experienced wrongful death lawyers at Sweet Law Group. We have over 40 years of experience in the legal field, and we will fight to achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve. Our attorneys and experienced professional legal team have dealt with cases including car accidents, wrongful death, personal injury, and disability. Call our offices at (800) 203-3061 for a free consultation with a professional in your area. We can also be reached 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week by email, online chat, and text message.
 

 

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