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Koreatown Hit-And-Run Kills Elderly Woman

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According to police, a hit-and-run motorist in Koreatown struck and killed an elderly woman early Saturday morning, reports ABC Local. Officers responding to the accident, "found the woman wedged near a parked vehicle at Olympic and Harvard boulevards." Authorities believe the woman was hit by a 1990s Toyota 4-Runner and are searching for the vehicle last seen heading southbound on Harvard Boulevard around 2:30 a.m.