LOS ANGELES: Mikail Hasan Victim in Hyde Park Hit-and-Run at 48th Street and 9th Avenue
The collision took place about 3:40 p.m. in the area of 48th Street and 9th Avenue.
As per the article, Los Angeles Police said Mikail Hasan, 35, was riding a motorized bicycle west on 48th Street at 9th Avenue when at the same time a car parked on 48th Street pulled away from the curb.
The vehicle made a left across lanes and into the path of Hasan triggering a collision.
Police affirmed Hasan was taken to the hospital and was listed in critical condition.
Meanwhile, the suspect car did not stop and fled north onto 9th Avenue. It was described as a burgundy or red 1997-2000 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4-door sedan.
Police affirmed that the driver, Javier Saravia, was arrested and was taken into custody on suspicion of felony hit-and-run. He had a passenger in his vehicle at the time although the report did not indicate if that person was arrested.
Our sincerest thoughts and prayers are with the Mr. Mikail Hasan and wish him a swift and full recovery. We hope the parties involved will be located and justice will soon be served.
Help for the Injured Victim
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