Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Sep 04, 2020 in Local
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Police are searching for the motorcyclist involved in a Thursday, Sept. 3 hit-and-run crash that left a pedestrian dead, ABC15 Arizona has reported. Phoenix Police Department detectives said that at around 11 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to a call about a motorcycle-pedestrian crash at the intersection of 27th Avenue and Indian School Road. A 48-year-old man whose name was not released was found injured in the roadway. He was transported to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
According to police, the pedestrian was crossing against a red light on 27th Avenue when a motorcycle struck him. The motorcyclist lost control and may have fallen off during the accident, police said. The rider left the scene, leaving the motorcycle behind.
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