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Man Hit By Two Cars In Hit-And-Run

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A man hit by two cars in a hit-and-run is seemingly lucky to be walking away with some broken bones.The man, only identified as someone in his late 20s, was on the 2300 block of Pico Boulevard in the Pico-Union early Saturday morning when he was hit by two cars around 12:15 a.m. The LAPD told City News Service that the man seemed to be "heavily intoxicated" and suffered broken bones. There are no further details on his condition.

Authorities say the two vehicles sought in the incident are a 4-door sedan and a Honda.