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Jackson Heights man killed in hit-and-run on Roosevelt Ave Sunday

Oct. 23, 2017 By Christian Murray

A 51-year-old Jackson Heights man was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on Roosevelt Avenue in Corona early Sunday morning.

Pedro Perez was hit by a black sedan traveling west at around 5:10 am on Roosevelt Avenue 112th Street, according to plice. When police arrived on the scene, Perez was unconscious lying on the road.

He was transported to Elmhurst Hosptial by EMS where he was later pronounced dead.

The driver of the sedan fled the scene in an unknown direction, according to police.

There have been no arrests.

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