LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A man was killed after hitting a pedestrian in a crosswalk, then smashing into a blue pickup truck in Hancock Park while fleeing the scene of the first crash, police said.

The crash between a white utility truck and a blue pickup was reported at 12:45 a.m. in the area of Beverly Boulevard and Highland Avenue.

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The impact of the crash sent the truck into a light pole, and ejected the driver.

“It was just like an explosion, and somebody flying out of the car,” a woman who witnessed the crash said.

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The crash also sent a piece of flying metal through a bedroom window, hitting a baby’s crib. The child was not injured.

Investigators at the scene say the driver of the white truck ran a red light after hitting a man who was crossing the street about two miles away at Normandie Avenue just a few minutes earlier.

Both the pedestrian and driver of the blue truck – who had to be put in a neck brace before he was taken to a hospital – are expected to be OK.

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Police say there were alcohol cans and bottles found in the white truck, but it’s unclear if the man who was killed was under the influence.