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Suspect's Name Released in Crash that Killed Angel Pitcher Nick Adenhart

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A 22-year-old Riverside man was allegedly drunk when he ran a red light hitting a sports car and killing three people, including the Angels' rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart. Andrew Thomas Gallo of Riverside will be charged with felony driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter, according to the LA Times. Gallo fled from the red minivan he was driving on foot and was found by police a mile away.

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