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Jesse Felix Zuniga and Ben Felix Zuniga Killed in Crash on North San Pascual Avenue


Hit and Run Accident in Los Angeles Causes Fatalities

Fatal Car Crash, Fatal Accident, Fatal Car Accident

Los Angeles, CA (May 5, 2019) – Two men were killed in a hit and run crash in Los Angeles. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of May 5 on North San Pascual Avenue.

A Chevrolet pickup truck was traveling at speeds of more than 80 mph when it slammed into a Ford Fusion, pushing it into several parked cars. Two suspects inside the pickup truck fled the accident scene on foot.

Two men, identified as Jesse Felix Zuniga, 19, and his brother, Ben Felix Zuniga, 25, died at the crash scene. Police are still looking for the suspects.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Jesse Felix Zuniga and Ben Felix Zuniga.

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