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Hit and run driver kills Rosa Lagunas Guzman in Sylmar, California.
SYLMAR: Rosa Lagunas Guzman Dead after Being Hit by Car on Byron Street near Magnolia Avenue

“Fatal Hit and Run”

SYLMAR, CALIFORNIA (December 17, 2016) – Rosa Lagunas Guzman was tragically killed on Saturday when she was struck by a hit and run driver on Byron Street, according to local news sources. (map)

The accident happened around 8:10 am in the 3700 block of Byron Street. 52 year old Rosa Lagunas Guzman, a mother of eight children, was struck by a silver Honda Accord which immediately fled the scene instead of stopping to render aid.

Rosa Lagunas Guzman was rushed to Corona Regional Medical Center, where she tragically succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead. The investigation is ongoing as authorities attempt to locate the suspect that struck Rosa Lagunas Guzman.

“According to experts drivers are responsible the majority of the time for pedestrian accidents. These collisions occur when drivers are careless and fail to yield in a crosswalk or when they turn right on a red light without looking out for a pedestrian,” said a California pedestrian accident and personal injury lawyer.

Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult time for any family member or friend affected by a tragedy. If you have lost a loved one due to someone’s negligence, you may have the right to a wrongful death claim against the responsible party. Serving Corona, Riverside, Los Angeles, and throughout California, Lexton Law Firm strongly encourages anyone who may find themselves in this situation to give us a call today at (877) 541-2111. We will fight hard to obtain the care you deserve and just compensation that you and your family are entitled.

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