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A California highbrow was killed, along with his dog, after being struck by bootleg travel racers concerned in a Fourth of Jul crash, according to reports.
Police contend a dual travel racing vehicles were speeding when they collided, causing one of a drivers to remove control and strike 49-year-old Gabriel Crispo and a dog, Nino, in San Marino Thursday morning.
“This was not an collision though a outcome of dual juveniles entering a city, racing any other ensuing in a genocide of an trusting man,” San Marino Mayor Steven Huang told City News Service Friday, according to NBC 4 Los Angeles.
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Crispo was a Pasadena Community College highbrow who went everywhere with his dog, a hire reported. He and his partner had left for a lope and were using along a weed median during a time. She was not hurt.
Gabriel Crispo, 49, who was struck and killed while out jogging with his partner and his dog.
The teenagers who were racing were 17-year-old males, a hire reported. They were not identified since of their age.
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They were arrested on charges of travel racing, forward pushing and vehicular manslaughter, according to a station.
The teenagers were handling a Mercedes and a Toyota, a San Marino Tribune reported.
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“As an particular with energy, passion, and a loyal fun of life, Gabriel would always hail we with a genuine ‘Hello’ whenever he saw you,” Pasadena City College said, according to The Los Angeles Times. “He was deeply committed to his students and his colleagues.”