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HAWTHORNE (CBS) — A pedestrian, who was struck by a hit-and-run vehicle in Hawthorne, remained hospitalized Sunday.

Police say the 61-year-old man was being treated at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center after being struck by a vehicle at the intersection of Cordary and Rosecrans avenue.

The accident occurred about 6 p.m. Saturday and prompted the closure of Hawthorne and Cordary for several hours while authorities investigated.

Initial reports had indicated that the victim suffered head trauma.

A description of the suspect or vehicle involved was not immediately available.

» Victim In Critical Condition After Being Struck In Hawthorne Hit-And-Run

  1. Hardmoney says:

    When crossing the street you must take it for granted that half of the drivers can’t see you and the rest of them just don’t care about you.
    Having the Right of Way, does not make the front end of the rapidly approaching car any less painful.
    It is always better to wait for traffic to clear, than to put your life into the Protective Bubble formed by your ‘Right of Way’.
    Pertend they don’t see you! Look Again! Both Ways!

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