GLENDORA >> Coroner’s officers have the person fatally struck by an alleged DUI, hit-and-run driver from Claremont whereas working underneath the hood of a automotive final week.
Brian Paysley, fifty eight, of Glendora succumbed to his accidents at a hospital shortly after the ten:10 a.m. April thirteen crash alongside Grand Avenue, simply north of Arrow Freeway, Los Angeles County coroner Assistant Chief of Operations Ed Winter stated.
He was engaged on auto repairs alongside the aspect of the street when a Scion xB pushed by 29-yr-previous Mark Stephen Gagliardi of Claremont slammed into the rear of the automotive Paysley was engaged on, Glendora police Cpl. Invoice Lee stated on the time.
Gagliardi fled the scene however was discovered and arrested close by after his broken automotive broke down lower than a half-mile away, Lee stated.
Investigators allege Gagliardi was driving whereas intoxicated and arrested him on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter, felony DUI and hit-and-run, based on the corporal.
In accordance with Los Angeles County reserving data, Gagliardi was launched from jail pending his preliminary courtroom look after posting $136,000 bail.