Woman Killed in Diamond Bar Crash
DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Oct. 25, 2018) — A woman believed to be in her 40s died Thursday morning after a chain-reaction crash on a connector road from the northbound 57 Freeway to the eastbound 60 Freeway.
The collision was reported about 12:20 a.m. The first crash involved the woman’s vehicle and a second car, but police believe that as she exited her vehicle she was struck by a suspect in a third vehicle that fled the scene.
Initially, police believed the woman was ejected from a vehicle in the crash, but upon further investigation they determined she may have been struck by a car. The woman died of her injuries at the scene.
Witnesses are asked to contact authorities at 626-338-1164.
Los Angeles Crash Investigation
Police are reviewing the evidence and any witness statements to determine fault. It’s unknown at this time whether or not police will apprehend the suspect who fled. The investigation into this crime will also consist of looking at measurements of evidence left by the vehicles such as point of impact, final resting positions of the vehicles, skid marks, and gouge marks. It’s also unknown if drugs and or alcohol were factors.
We offer our condolences to the family of the woman who died.
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