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Danny Martin Killed in Tricycle Crash on Whittier Boulevard

“Tricycle Man” Hit by BMW in Fatal Whittier Accident

Fatal Accident 5

Whittier, CA (December 16, 2019) – A man was riding a tricycle when he was hit and killed by a car in Whittier. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of December 16 on Whittier Boulevard.

Danny Martin, known as “Tricycle Man” was riding his tricycle in the 16500 block of Whittier Boulevard. He was hit by a BMW heading west. Martin, 61, from Whittier, died at the accident scene. The driver remained at the scene of the crash. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Danny Martin.



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