Santa Monica Boulevard Hospitalized Woman after Pedestrian Hit-and-Run Crash
HOLLYWOOD, CA (October 13, 2021) – Last Saturday morning, one woman received critical injuries after a pedestrian hit-and-run crash on Santa Monica Boulevard.
The hit-and-run occurred at 6:05 a.m. on Santa Monica Boulevard east of El Centro Avenue, as per report.
According to authorities, a white Mercedes four-door C Class was traveling westbound on Santa Monica Boulevard when it struck the victim, who was standing next to a vehicle on the northbound side of the road.
As per authorities, the Mercedes driver proceeded westbound without stopping to provide help or wait for authorities.
Moreover, the woman’s condition is currently unknown at this time.
Detectives have appealed to the public for assistance in finding the driver and vehicle.
A reward of up to $25,000 is offered for anyone who provide information that leads to the identity, arrest, or conviction of the hit-and-run criminal.
When driving, it is vital to always be alert for pedestrians and other vehicles. This is especially true when you are driving through a residential area, an intersection, or a parking lot. Also, always drive within the posted speed limit. These are set and enforced to reduce accidents and save lives. Avoid accidents by following traffic laws and being cautious of the road ahead. Such actions can also ensure the safety of everyone.
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