65-Year-Old Pedestrian Struck Twice in Hit and Run by Motorcyclist and Driver
August 3, 2020
Highland Park | Los Angeles County – Los Angeles Police Department are investigating and offering $25,000 for information regarding a hit and run accident on Monday, August 3, in Los Angeles’ Highland Park area, where are 65 year old man was struck by both and a motorcycle and vehicle.
LAPD reported that the accident happened around 10PM at York Boulevard and Munson Avenue, when the victim walked an unmarked crosswalk. A motorcyclist drove westbound on York Boulevard and struck down the victim before they could reach the curb, the motorcyclist continued driving without stopping to help and left the victim behind on the ground.
Although people tried to help the man and called authorities, the victim remained unmoved on the street and was struck by a second vehicle that was also westbound down York Boulevard. The driver did not stop to help, and witnesses were unable to stop the driver.
The 65-year-old victim survived the two collisions and although he suffered severe injuries, they are non-life threatening and is in stable condition.
Video footage of the motorcycle involved was released by detectives, which showed the motorcycle being a green color and the motorcyclist wearing a matching green helmet. No information is known about the second driver/vehicle.
If any information is known regarding the motorcycle or second vehicle involved in this hit and run accident, you are encouraged to contact the central traffic division at 213-486-3713.