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California Man Tried To Run People Over With Truck, Crashed, Then Got Beaten To Death By Angry Mob

(The AEGIS Alliance) – A male suspect in Southern California died after he attempted to run over some folks on a walkway with his truck, then crashed into a building and after that was dragged out and beaten to death by an angry mob at the scene, police stated.

A company in Hawthorne had asked the guy to leave on Saturday morning and afterward argued with a person while strolling to his vehicle, according to Lieutenant Hugo Reynaga at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD).

The man at that point purposefully drove his truck into the walkway, almost striking some customers prior to his vehicle slamming into a tree and getting stuck, according to the Daily Breeze.

As the customers made an effort to take the male suspect out of the vehicle driver’s seat, he sped up once more and struck a section of a close-by structure, Reynaga pointed out.

The angered customers then yanked the driver out of his truck and proceeded to fight with him as Hawthorne cops showed up, sheriff’s Deputy Grace Medrano stated.

The driver endured serious injuries, Medrano stated. The man died on the scene.

The incident was caught on a security video recording, however, the video looked grainy and the fight took place behind the vehicle partly hidden, Reynaga pointed out.

“You could see there was a fight going on, but you couldn’t tell who was doing what,” he said.

Featured Image: Police Line / Police Tape (CC/Flickr/Tony Webster) Hawthorne Police (CC/Flickr/scoutnurse)

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