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Pedestrian Killed in Crash at McNab Avenue and Stearns Street


Victim Hit by Motorcycle in Fatal Long Beach Accident

Long Beach, CA (February 16, 2021) – A pedestrian was killed in a crash in Long Beach. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of February 16 at McNab Avenue and Stearns Street.

A 76-year-old man from Long Beach was crossing the intersection when he was hit by a motorcycle. The man was taken to a local hospital, where he later died. The motorcycle rider, a 23-year-old Long Beach man, remained at the accident scene. He suffered minor injuries.

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

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