A Maryland man is lifeless after being hit by two autos — together with one which didn’t cease — as he walked close to a Montgomery County intersection Friday evening, police mentioned.

A Silver Spring, Maryland, man is lifeless after being hit by two autos — together with one which didn’t cease — as he walked close to an intersection in Montgomery County on Friday evening, police mentioned.

According to police, a Honda Odyssey mounted the curb “for unknown causes” whereas touring westbound on Randolph Road close to the intersection of Kimblewick Drive shortly after 10 p.m., placing 52-year-old Ronaldo Franzese and inflicting him to “fall into the roadway.”

A white, four-door Acura then hit Franzese, who was pronounced lifeless on the scene, police mentioned.

The Acura “fled the scene with out rendering support” to Franzese, and was seen touring north on New Hampshire Avenue after which west on Randolph Road, in line with police.

“The Acura could also be a white 2009-2012 Acura TL, which is lacking a fender line and will have extra injury on the entrance finish, close to the bottom,” police said in a release.

Stock picture of an Acura that would match the outline of the suspect automobile. (Courtesy Montgomery County police)

Below is a map of the realm the place it occurred.

The police division’s collision reconstruction unit asks that anybody with info relating to the deadly crash to contact detectives at crunit@montgomerycountymd.gov or (240) 773-6620.

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