Police search for driver in fatal hit-and-run on far South Side

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Police are searching for the driver in a fatal hit-and-run accident on the far South Side.

A 44-year-old woman was struck by a SUV just before 4 a.m.Saturday, near 100th and Ewing.

The victim has been identified as Angelia Alvarado.

Police say she was hit a block from her home.

Alvarado suffered severe head injuries and died at the hospital.

Authorities are now looking for a smaller model SUV, either white or light colored.

It may have had a spare tire on the back.

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1 Comment

  • James

    These stupid policemen are not looking for that driver at all. I was run over by a lady driver last year, and my post man got the plate number, and when the cops arrived, they ran the number and knew who the lady was and her address, and they never even went to her house to arrest her. I ended up with a fractured leg, and they never arrested the lady at all.

    The police is nothing more than hacks in the black community, and they all should be lined up and dumped in lake Michigan because they are all wet when it comes to protecting the citizens of the Chicago communities. The Chicago Police Department has a lot of very doltish and lazy men working for the system.

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