Police Searching Suspect in Deadly Rosemead Boulevard Hit-and-Run Crash
Temple City, CA (July 21, 2023) On Wednesday evening, a man was fatally struck in a hit-and-run crash on Pentland Street.
Authorities say that the deadly hit-and-run accident happened around 10 p.m. at the intersection of Pentland Street and Rosemead Boulevard.
Reports say that a southbound car fatally struck a male pedestrian walking on a crosswalk. The suspect driver failed to stop and render aid to the fallen man, and fled the scene.
Officials pronounced the man dead at the scene. Meanwhile, authorities are actively searching for the suspect driver and vehicle who remains at large.
Deputies say that the suspect vehicle is described as a silver sedan, possibly a Mercedes-Benz.
Sweet Lawyers express sympathies to the bereaved family the man who died in the hit-and-run crash on Pentland Street. Our hearts are with you through these trying times.
Losing Someone in a Fatal Collision
It is normal for someone to feel devastated when an unexpected tragedy like this one happened. That is why it is important to know that if we lost a dear one in an accident, we may recover damages through a wrongful death suit.
A wrongful death suit allows families to hold parties liable for the irrevocable damages they have caused. It is a civil action brought forth by relatives of a deceased victim whose death was caused by another person’s negligence.
One of its benefits is that it alleviates most or all of the financial burden the death of a relative has generated.
Meanwhile, are you aware that nearly 1.25 million people die in traffic accidents every year?
That means, on average, road accidents cause 3,287 fatalities per day. With such figures, road accidents are the leading cause of death in the U.S. for people aged 1-54.
Let Us Help You Cope
To those who lost their loved ones in an incident similar to the deadly Rosemead Boulevard hit-and-run crash, we encourage you to speak with Sweet Lawyers now.
Our lawyers will serve as your legal representation. They will work to prove what you are owed in the wake of a family member’s death.