GLENDORA >> A Claremont man is accused of manslaughter, DUI and hit-and-run after he crashed his automotive right into a parked automotive early Thursday, killing a person who was working underneath the hood, authorities stated.
Mark Stephen Gagliardi, 29, was jailed in reference to the ten:10 a.m. crash alongside Grand Avenue, simply north of Arrow Freeway, based on Glendora police officers and Los Angeles County reserving data.
The sufferer, a fifty nine-yr-previous Glendora man whose identify was not obtainable, was engaged on his automotive, which was parked alongside the east curbline of Grand Avenue, previous to the crash, Glendora police Cpl. Invoice Lee stated.
Gagliardi was northbound on Grand Avenue when his Scion xB veered towards the aspect of the street and rear-ended the sufferer’s parked car, in line with the corporal. The impression pushed the sufferer’s car ahead, crushing him between his personal car and one other car parked in entrance of it.
Paramedics handled the badly injured man on the scene and took him to a hospital, the place he succumbed to his accidents a short while later, Lee stated.
The driving force, later recognized as Gagliardi, tried to drive away, Lee stated. However his automotive, which was broken within the collision, broke down lower than half a mile away. Officers arrested him with no wrestle.
Gagliardi was finally booked on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter, DUI and felony hit-and-run, Lee stated.
In line with county reserving data, Gagliardi was being held in lieu of $136,000 bail pending his preliminary courtroom look.