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    On May 19th the Ventura County Coroner’s Office informed the Ventura Police Department that the female pedestrian that was struck by the hit and run vehicle succumbed to her injuries. 

    The Ventura Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating the suspect vehicle. The vehicle is described as a white1997-2002 Ford Econline panel van with damage to the front left corner. Attached is a similar model indicating where the damage would be. 

    If anyone has any information about this incident please contact Officer Bevan at 805-339-4447.

    Prior Release:

    On May 16th at 10:55PM, the Ventura Police Command Center received a call of a hit and run collision that had occurred on Thompson Bl west of Kalorama St. Officers arrived on scene and located an unresponsive female in the roadway being tended to by citizens.

    The investigation revealed that the female pedestrian was crossing the roadway northbound on Thompson Bl midblock. A vehicle travelling westbound struck the pedestrian in the roadway and fled the scene without checking on the condition of the pedestrian. Identifiable parts of the vehicle that struck the pedestrian were located at the location of the collision.

    The pedestrian was treated by the Ventura City Fire Department and transported to Ventura County Medical Center where she remains in critical condition and is not expected to survive. This is an ongoing

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