Huntington Seashore police are looking for The general public’s Assist in figuring out a driver who struck and killed a pedestrian all by way of a collision early Wednesday morning on Edinger Avenue After which fled the scene.
HBPD spokeswoman Jennifer Carey said officers have been referred to as to the scene on Edinger east of Springdale Road shortly earlier than 3:45 a.m. A few potential hit-and-run incident involving a single car and a pedestrian. On The state of affairs, They found the physique of A woman, whose age and housing standing Might not immediately be decided.
It is believed The driving strain of the car, after placing The woman, fled westbound on Edinger Avenue. Officers closed the roadway down in each instructions till 11 a.m. to scour the scene for proof and have been Wanting for close by video surveillance cameras Which will have captured footage of what occurred, Carey reported Wednesday.
Edinger Avenue is closed in each instructions between Springdale & Plymouth (east of Springdale) As a Outcome of of an ongoing lethal visitors collision investigation.
Closure Is predicted by way of 11am. pic.twitter.com/OBUexgfAoY
— Huntington Seashore PD (@HBPD_PIO) July 28, 2021
The incident marks the second lethal hit-and-run collision in Huntington Seashore this week. Chillandra Dalanalea Bell, 26, of Victorville, was arrested Monday after a car she was reportedly driving struck and killed a 48-yr-previous woman from Hemet and critically injured her 50-yr-previous husband, who have been in a crosswalk Sunday Evening time at the time of the incident.
In that case, police tracked Bell to a Huntington Seashore residence and arrested her as she tried To go away the property.
Anyone who might have witnessed the Wednesday morning collision or the occasions main As a lot as or following it Is impressed to contact HBPD Traffic Investigator Doug Demetre at (714) 536-5670 or Investigator Vishal Rattanchandani at (714) 536-5663.
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