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Monday, September 26, 2016

Woman killed in Historic Filipinotown traffic accident

An elderly woman died this afternoon after being hit by a vehicle pulling out of a driveway in Historic Filipinotown. The accident occurred at about 12:40 p.m. near Beverly Boulevard and Park View Street,  said Officer Cesar Velasquez with the Central Bureau Traffic Division.  The driver remained on the scene as officers closed off nearby streets during the investigation, Velasquez said.  The motorist was pulling out of  driveway on Beverly Boulevard while making a three-point turn when the vehicle struck the woman. Her age was not immediately available and the accident investigation was ongoing,.



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  1. SolanoCanyonPop

    Sad. Dozens and dozens of posts and comments for a young, dreadlocked Trader Joes worker (or as some people dismiss as white hipster) gunned down for probably talking tough and not one comment for a surely struggling old lady who died just as violently. Someone’s mama and someone nana, I expect.

    I wish her family the best

  2. Why can’t you just offer your condolences without tarnishing things with your insipid “observations”? Why compare one life to another?

  3. As tragic as this accident was, it’s obvious as to why the other story received more comments: this was merely an accident which is not part of a larger problem (beyond the obvious fact that people need to watch where they’re going, and I suppose I could be talking about both the pedestrian and the driver here), whereas the shooting is indicative of a widespread problem of violence in the community, the city, and cities like this throughout the world to which there is no easy answer.

    Nicely done on drawing in a completely unrelated story in order to do some speculative trash-talking about a dead man to make your “point”, however.

  4. @SolanoCanyonPop
    Thank you for your sympathy. We love her very much.

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