A bicyclist is useless after a deadly hit-and-run collision on Saturday in Rialto.
At roughly 7:05 p.m., Rialto police responded to studies of an unknown visitors collision involving a automobile and a bicyclist within the space of 2400 South Riverside Avenue. The automobile concerned fled earlier than officers arrived. Paramedics carry out life saving measures on the bicyclist, who was pronounced useless a number of minutes later.
Based on a Rialto Police Division information launch, the suspect, recognized as 46-year-old Santos Lopez-Rosales of San Bernardino, was driving southbound within the #2 lane of Riverside Avenue approaching Santa Ana Avenue when he crashed into the rear of the bicyclist who was southbound in the midst of the #2 lane approaching Santa Ana Avenue. After hitting the bicyclist, Lopez-Rosales then fled.
After an intensive investigation, authorities situated the suspect automobile, a white 2008 Hyundai Elantra, within the metropolis of Bloomington. The automobile contained proof that corroborated its involvement within the deadly hit and run collision.
Lopez-Rosales has not been situated and a felony warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Anybody who might have details about this incident or is aware of the whereabouts of Santos Lopez-Rosales is urged to contact Site visitors Sergeant Dan Smith at 909-644-6025.