Man dies after being run over in Mazatlan, Sinaloa

Mazatlan.- A man died hit by a car on Saturday night, at the intersection of Libramiento Colosio and Juan Pablo II Avenue, in Mazatlan, Sinaloa. The accident was around 10:30 p.m. At the moment no data of the identity of the deceased was given, it was only commented that he brought a work jacket and a backpack. He was hit by a white Tsuru Nissan car that apparently came from south to north by Libramiento Colosio.The alleged driver of the car told a traffic agent that he was coming with a green light, when the pedestrian crossed him and could not help but hit him. With his body, the unfortunate man smashed half of the Tsuru’s front windshield. The pedestrian was left dead in the middle of the aforementioned intersection of avenues. Read more: Motorcyclist invades mexico 15 lane and crashes head-on into wagon in Los MochisMunicipal police were the first to arrive and asked for paramedics. Elements of the Red Cross checked the victim and could only confirm his death. They also treated a young man who came as a co-pilot on the Tsuru, as he suffered injuries when they hit the pedestrian.
Municipal Traffic Agents also took note of the fact. The municipal agents cordoned off the area waiting for the personnel of the State Prosecutor’s Office.Note: Román Ruelas. El Debate is a newspaper published in Sinaloa by Empresas El Debate, S. A. de C. V. The Debate offers information on its versions published in the cities of Culiacán, Guamúchil, Guasave, Los Mochis and Mazatlan, as well as news at the time of the events that occurred in Sinaloa, Mexico and the world. See more

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