81-Year-Old Man Dies After San Diego Hit-and-Run on Logan Avenue
SAN DIEGO, CA (July 2, 2020) – An 81-year-old man died in a hit-and-run on Logan Avenue and 45th Street Tuesday night.
According to the San Diego police, the pedestrian was crossing Logan Avenue northbound in a crosswalk. At the same time, a vehicle was southbound on South 45th Street and turning onto eastbound Logan, and then hit the pedestrian.
Emergency personnel took the elderly man to a hospital with a skull fracture. However, he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at 12:17 a.m. on Wednesday. The name of the victim was withheld pending family notification.
The driver, meanwhile, did not stop and render aid after the collision. They were last seen heading east on Logan Avenue.
As of this time, there was no detailed description of the suspect driver and vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.
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