50-Year-Old Man Fatally Struck in Auto Collision near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
LONG BEACH, CA (November 17, 2023) – Carlos Ceron died early Monday in a multi-car crash at the 100 block of Pacific Coast Highway. First responders arrived to the scene around 5:50 p.m., near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Upon reaching the scene, officers discovered a collision involving two vehicles that resulted in one male pedestrian being hit. Medical responders then pronounced the male victim deceased on-site.
The deceased pedestrian, identified by the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner, is 50-year-old Ceron from Long Beach. Paramedics provided on-site treatment to one of the drivers, while the other was swiftly transported to a hospital with injuries deemed non-life-threatening.
In addition, two other drivers reported minor damage to their vehicles, and it remains unclear if they sustained any injuries. Individuals with further information about the fatal crash on Pacific Coast Highway are urged to promptly contact Long Beach Officials.
The team at Sweet James offers their warm and sincerest sympathies to the friends and family of Carlos Ceron. May the memories of your loved one give you strength in the days ahead.
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