Fatal Pedestrian Accident Wednesday Night in Juniata Park

A man was killed late Wednesday, May 29th, in the Juniata Park section of Philadelphia in a fatal pedestrian accident, according to the Philadelphia Police Department. If you suffer the loss of a loved one, talk to a compassionate and experienced Philadelphia pedestrian accident attorney about your case.

Details About the Fatal Pedestrian Accident

According to the police, the accident happened on Torresdale Avenue near Hunting Park Avenue and the driver that struck the victim fled the scene. The victim is a 44-year-old male. Witnesses of the crash said that the man was in the middle of crossing Torresdale Avenue when he was hit by a small SUV.

Emergency personnel found the victim unresponsive in the road when they arrived on scene. He was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Witnesses have said the SUV might have been a mainly blue Honda.

“There are several pieces of the striking vehicle on the scene,” said Chief Inspector Scott Small. “One larger piece appears to come from the front bumper of the striking vehicle but there are several other car parts on the scene, so hopefully those car parts can help us identify the striking vehicle.”

Call Kwartler Manus in Philadelphia After a Deadly Pedestrian Crash

The loss of a loved one in a pedestrian accident is never easy. You will want answers and they might be hard to secure. The team at Kwartler Manus knows what it takes to investigate a fatal wreck, find witnesses, examine evidence and help you secure compensation for your losses. Call our office today to schedule a free consultation with a Philadelphia pedestrian accident attorney.

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