Hit-and-Run Driver Wanted after Pedestrian Crash near South Western Avenue in Koreatown
LOS ANGELES, CA (November 17, 2022) – Early Monday morning, Bong Lee was hurt in a hit-and-run on West 3rd Street.
The incident occurred just before 5:55 a.m., on South Western Avenue in Koreatown.
According to reports, the driver of a vehicle struck a pedestrian in the area and immediately fled the scene. Responding medics arrived shortly after and transported the pedestrian to a hospital with significant injuries.
At this time, the LAPD is looking for a white two-door BMW with suspected damage to the front bumper and hood. Officers have not released any further details regarding the West 3rd Street hit-and-run.
Moreover, both directions of the roadway were temporarily shutdown to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties.
Those with additional information about the suspect are encouraged to contact local LAPD West Traffic Division detectives at 213-473-0234 or 213-473-0222.
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