Pedestrian Struck and Killed in Santa Monica Hit-and-Rum Was Homeless
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Nov. 15, 2021) – Paul Sigler, 58, died in a hit-and-run pedestrian accident Saturday night at 10th Street and Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica.
A driver struck the homeless man in an apparent hit-and-run collision. Next, a second motorist struck the man again while he was down in the roadway.
Paul Sigler was pronounced dead at the scene. Later, the Los Angeles County Sheriff Coroner identified the victim on their website.
Additionally, the deadly pedestrian hit-and-run crash happened about 8:05 p.m. on Saturday , Nov. 13th at the Santa Monica intersection, according to Santa Monica police.
Now authorities are searching for the suspect’s white Dodge Challenger with red racing stripes on its hood, according to authorities.
Meanwhile, the second driver involved in the fatal crash stopped and cooperated with police at the scene, police said.
The Santa Monica Police Department’s Major Accident Response Team is heading up the investigation into the crash. They are speaking with witnesses and checking for surveillance video in the area.
Finally, witnesses or anyone with information about the hit-and-run driver may contact Santa Monica police Detective Evan Raliegh at 310-458-8954 or the department at 310-
Our thoughts and prayers extend to the family of Paul Sigler.
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