Man Fatally Struck in Pedestrian Collision near Hubbard Street
SYLMAR, CA (March 10, 2023) – Early Friday morning, a man was killed in a pedestrian crash on 210 Freeway near Hubbard Street.
The incident occurred on February 17th, at around 6:15 a.m., in Slymar.
At this time, the events leading up to the collision remain unclear. However, reports indicate that the driver of a vehicle struck a pedestrian in the area.
Medical personnel arrived and pronounced the pedestrian dead at the scene. Although, authorities have not yet released his identity.
It was also not stated if the involved driver stayed at the site of the incident or fled the scene.
Sylmar Officials closed the eastbound lanes of 210 Freeway until late Friday morning to conduct an investigation.
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