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R.I.P Andy Luis Andres Garcia
Los Angeles


Los Angeles  2013

Breaking news ó Two cyclists injured, one killed by second driver in drunken early morning hit-and-run Iíve just gotten word from the LAPD that a bike rider was killed, and two others injured in a hit-and-run early this morning. Or rather, the victim most likely died because the driver failed to stop at the scene as required by law and basic human decency. According to the press release, 28-year old Los Angeles resident Ulises Melgar, 30-year old Mario Lopez of Bellflower and 21-year old Bell Flower resident Luis Garcia were riding east on Cesar Chavez Avenue at Mission Road with two other bicyclists at approximately 2:45 am Saturday. They were rear-ended by an eastbound 2013 Toyota Corolla driven by 21-year old Wendy Villegas, knocking all three off their bikes and into the street. Villegas fled the scene, leaving her victims lying in the street. She drove to her home, where she told her parents sheíd been in a collision, and asked them to call the police. Unfortunately, it was too late. Just moments after Villegas ran away, 21-year old Jimmy Marroquin was driving east on Cesar Chavez in a 1994 Nissan Quest. He didnít see Garcia lying in the roadway and struck him with his SUV, dragging his body a short distance. Had Villegas stayed at the scene, she could have directed other drivers around the people lying in the street until they could move or help could arrive. Ot at the very least, Marroquin would have been more likely to see the collision and drive more carefully around it. Garcia was pronounced dead at the scene. Whether he could have survived the initial collision if he hadnít been struck a second time is a matter of speculation. However, the other two victims only suffered minor injuries, which suggests that his injuries might have been survivable. Lopez was treated by paramedics at the scene, while Melgar was taken to the ER at USC Medical Center. Meanwhile, Villegas confessed to police that she had been drinking and left the scene of the collision. She was booked for hit-and-run resulting in injury or death (CVC 20001(a)) and vehicular manslaughter while under the influence (Penal Code 191.5). In other words, police investigators are blaming her for Garciaís death. The collision is still under investigation. Anyone with information is urged to contact Central Traffic Detective M. Kaden at (213) 972-1837 or Officer R. Cortez at (213) 972-1846; or call the Central Traffic Divisionís Watch Commander at (213) 972-1853 during the weekend or off hours. This is the 66th bicycling fatality in Southern California this year, and the 28th in Los Angeles County; that compares to 23 in the county for all of last year. It is also the 12th biking death in the City of Los Angeles, compared to five in each of the last year two years. Thatís nearly two-and-a-half times the cityís cycling death toll for 2011 and 2012, with over three months left in the year. And horrifyingly, nine of those 12 deaths have been hit-and-runs. My prayers and deepest sympathy for Luis Garcia and his loved ones. Thanks to LAPD Central Traffic bike liaison Sgt. Laszlo Sandor for the heads- up. September 14, 2013 6 Replies

Posted 09.16.13 by DEVILZ_NIGHT