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11 July 2016 By James Johnson 0 comments

SANTA ANA: Pedestrian Killed in Car Crash Newhope Street

 fatal pedestrian crash Newhope StreetSANTA ANA, California (July 11, 2016) –A male pedestrian was killed in a car crash Saturday night at Newhope Street and McFadden Avenue, according to the Orange County Sheriff Coroner.

The fatal crash took place about 11:11 p.m. when a driver struck the man, but stopped to call for police and paramedics.

Paramedics rushed the injured man to UCI Medical Center in Orange where he died roughly 30 minutes after the collision, the coroner said.

The fatal crash is under investigation by police to determine liability.

Those of us at Johnson Attorneys Group  offer our prayers and condolences to the family members and friends of the person who died in this crash.

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