Pedestrian Crash near Braemar Country Club Left 45-Year-Old Tarzana Woman DeadLOS ANGELES, CA (May 25, 2023) – Tuesday night, a hit-and-run collision on Reseda Boulevard claimed the life of Rosa Zareaseisan. The incident happened around 10:40 p.m., at 4200 Reseda Boulevard, near the Braemar Country Club in the Tarzana neighborhood. Based on the initial investigation, a vehicle struck a woman jogging at the intersection. However, the driver continued driving and did not render aid to the victim. In addition, a couple of witnesses saw the victim’s body along the roadway and contacted 911. Unfortunately, the responding emergency personnel declared the woman dead at the scene. The coroner’s office later identified the deceased victim as 45-year-old Rosa Zareaseisan of Tarzana, Los Angeles. At this time, authorities are searching for the suspect’s vehicle, described to be a dark-colored SUV, possibly a Range Rover. Those with further information about the Reseda Boulevard hit-and-run are asked to contact Valley Traffic Division Detective Ortega at 818-644-8035 or Officer Reyes at 818-644-8114. However, those who wish to stay anonymous can contact 1-800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477).
The Sweet James team sends their warm and sincerest sympathies out to the friends and family of Rosa Zareaseisan. May the memories of your loved one and the love of your family give you strength in the days ahead.
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