35-Year-old Man Pronounced Dead after Pedestrian Accident Near Holly StreetRIALTO, CA (July 10, 2023) – Thursday evening, Marvin Molina died in a pedestrian collision on North Riverside Avenue. The incident occurred around 8:40 p.m., at the 900 block of North Riverside Avenue near Holly Street. According to the Rialto Fire Department, crews and deputies arrived at the scene and located 35-year-old Molina on the freeway with no signs of life. The victim eventually died. Furthermore, the investigation showed that 34-year-old Lyeshia Ennette Bailey was driving a white Nissan Sentra and was traveling southbound. In addition, Bailey struck Molina outside a crosswalk in the westbound lanes. Meanwhile, Bailey did not obtain any injuries and remained at the scene to cooperate with the deputies. Consequently, the deputies ruled out alcohol or drugs as a factor in the incident and further investigation is still underway. A large portion of the roadway was temporarily shut down to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties. No additional information was added and anyone with information is urged to call the authorities at (909) 644-6025.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of Marvin Molina.
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