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Pedestrian crossing against red light killed on Pacific Coast Highway in Long Beach

On Nov. 21, 2022 at approximately 9:32 p.m., officers were flagged down in the area of Pacific Coast Highway and Orange Avenue regarding a traffic collision, which resulted in the death of an adult male pedestrian.

When officers arrived on scene, they located an adult male pedestrian with who had been struck by a vehicle, laying in the street. Officers rendered aid to the pedestrian until Long Beach Fire Department personnel arrived and determined the pedestrian deceased at the scene.

The preliminary investigation revealed a 2017 Chevy Silverado driven by a 35-year-old resident of Long Beach, was traveling westbound on Pacific Coast Highway towards Orange Avenue when he struck a pedestrian who was crossing Pacific Coast Highway against a red light. It is unclear at this time if the pedestrian was in the crosswalk when the collision occurred. The driver of the truck remained on scene and cooperated with the investigation.

Speed, distracted driving, nor impairment are not believed to be a factor in this collision.

The pedestrian is only being identified as an adult male, pending next of kin notification by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Kelsey Myers or Detective Shawn Loughlin of the Long Beach Police Department Collision Investigation Detail at 562-570-7355. Anonymous tips may be submitted through “LA Crime Stoppers” by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), downloading the “P3 TIPS” app to your smartphone (available at the Apple App store and Google Play), or visiting www.lacrimestoppers.org.

The article above was released by the Long Beach Police Department.

2 Comments

  1. He broke the law, and he paid the price. Serves him right.

  2. I bought the road cross or thought jaywalking was legal. Whoops it is. This one’s on Newsom.

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