15-Year-Old Boy Hospitalized after Hit-and-Run Crash near Marshallfield Lane
REDONDO BEACH, CA (September 21, 2022) – Lebron Evans was hospitalized Saturday night, after a hit-and-run collision on Rindge Lane.
According to reports, 15-year-old Evans was riding an electric bicycle home with a friend when he was struck by a vehicle.
Upon impact, the driver dragged the cyclist about half a block before dislodging the bike from his vehicle and continuing on the road. First responders arrived and transported Evans to a nearby hospital for further treatment.
Following preliminary investigations, police described the suspect as a Hispanic male with short hair. Crews say the vehicle was most likely an older pickup-truck with a work rack on the front end.
In addition, Evan’s mother set up a GoFundMe page to help with hospital expenses during this difficult time.
At this time, the suspect remains at large. An active investigation to determine further details is still currently underway.
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