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    Santa Ana police seek hit-and-run driver in deadly collision with pedestrian
    • October 16, 2023

    SANTA ANA — Santa Ana police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a pedestrian Sunday night.

    Police received multiple calls just after 10 p.m. Sunday about the collision at Warner Avenue and Brookhollow Drive. The pedestrian — 32-year-old Sergio Diaz of Santa Ana — was pronounced dead at the scene, Santa Ana police Officer Natalie Garcia said.

    Diaz was crossing Warner east of Brookhollow Drive when the eastbound driver struck him and then fled the area, police said. The victim’s name was not immediately released.

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    Diaz was either walking to or from work at the time, Santa Ana police Officer Natalie Garcia said.

    There were some witnesses to the collision, so police have some leads, but investigators have not released any details on the make or model of the suspect car, Garcia said.

    Anyone who has helpful information for detectives was asked to call 714-245-8215 or 714-245-8200.


    ​ Orange County Register