Homeless Person Killed in Crash on Katella Avenue

Police Chase Leads to Fatal in Fatal Los Alamitos Accident

Fatal Accident 2
Fatal Accident 2

Los Alamitos, CA (March 12, 2020) – A homeless person was killed in a crash in Los Alamitos. The fatal accident occurred at around midnight on Katella Avenue.

Police were pursuing a vehicle that had been involved in a hit and run crash. They tried to stop the car, but it hit a homeless person sleeping outside C&H Pharmacy on Katella Avenue. 

The homeless person died in the accident. Police arrested the driver and the passenger.

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

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