Pedestrian Struck and Killed on Spruce Street Wednesday Morning

The Philadelphia Police Department has issued a press release stating that a pedestrian struck and killed on the 3600 block of Spruce Street on Wednesday morning, April 24th. The loss of a loved one is devastating. Call a Philadelphia pedestrian accident lawyer today to discuss your case and fight for compensation.

Details About Pedestrian Struck and Killed Wednesday

According to the Philadelphia Police 18th District, a pedestrian was killed Wednesday morning after being struck by a Buick Enclave. The victim was hit in the crosswalk on the 3600 block of Spruce Street around 5:35 AM today.

The Enclave was traveling east on Spruce Street when it struck the pedestrian in the crosswalk. The vehicle fled the scene. The victim was transported to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center by a Philadelphia Fire Department medic unit where they were pronounced deceased at 6:06 AM.

As detectives were conducting an investigation at the scene, the driver of the Enclave arrived at 18th District headquarters to report the accident. The vehicle was found in the 4900 block of Larchwood Street. The police have yet to announce an arrest in the case. The victim is a 40-50-year-old man.

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When you suffer the loss of a loved one in an accident you deserve to be compensated for your loss. Moving on in life can be almost impossible, but you should not have to pay for the medical bills, funeral, or burial costs. Talk to a Philadelphia pedestrian accident lawyer at Kwartler Manus today. Call our office or submit our contact form to schedule a free consultation.

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