Gramercy Park, Los Angeles (April 13, 2017)-
According to the Los Angeles Fox News, a woman identified as Julia Soloman Alvarado, 66, suffered serious injuries after being struck by a hit-and-run driver Wednesday evening at the intersection of Hobert Boulevard and 89th Street
Los Angeles PD arrived at the scene of the collision at 9:33 p.m. where a woman who was later identified as Julia Soloman Alvarado had been pushing a cart with recyclables before being hit by a vehicle.
Los Angeles Fire Department and paramedics were called upon to transport Soloman Alvarado to the ER where she sadly died the following day at the hospital.
Recyclables and debris covered the road as Los Angeles authorities perused to scene for clues to obtain a lead on the suspect.
Police officials were interviewing a woman who likely saw the incident take place as she seemed to be distressed about the situation.
No further details have been released as of now while law enforcement continues to locate the suspect.
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