Shocking moment, a driver's driver hits a front man against a pedestrian crossing and leaves him with serious head trauma
- The man used a pedestrian crossing against the light on Saturday at 10.30 p.m.
- A gray or silver car plowed into him without trying to stop or avoid him
- The man, who did not have an ID, was taken to the hospital with serious injury
- He has had a major head trauma and is in a critical but stable state
This is the moment when a driver takes down a driver and sustains serious injury.
The Los Angeles police have released a surveillance video in an attempt to capture the driver who struck the man on Saturday around 10:30 PM.
The video shows the about 50-year-old man – who did not have an ID and who & # 39; John Doe & # 39; is called – via the pedestrian crossing on Third and Witmer Street in LA. He crossed the road to the light.
The LAPD has released a security tape from a man who was badly injured after a hit-and-run. The man can be seen here, halfway through a pedestrian crossing, halfway waiting for a passing car
The man is seen at the top left of the pedestrian crossing as a car is fast approaching the pedestrian crossing
He can be seen stopping to let a car go by, but a few seconds later, while turning to meet oncoming traffic, he is head and shoulder attacked by a gray car that is not even trying to slow down or avoid hitting him.
Authorities told KTLA that the driver of the car did not stop after he hit the man, even though the driver had the green light.
The man was taken to the hospital for the treatment of serious injuries. He would be in a critical but stable condition on Sunday.
The LAPD believes that the car that struck the man was a Honda and perhaps gray or silver. There is no information available yet about the driver.
The man can be seen turning towards the fast approaching car, which does not seem to be trying to slow down. The car then hits the man straight before he drives off, according to the authorities
Authorities told NBC Los Angeles that the man has a major head trauma and asks the driver of the car to come forward to tell us what happened and we will solve it.
Anyone with information about the incident or the driver of the car is asked to call the LAPD Central Traffic Division detectives at 213-833-3713.
Information that leads to the arrest and sentencing of the driver may be eligible for a $ 25,000 reward as part of the city's ongoing rewards program for information about hit-driven drivers involved in collision injuries.