Father of Five Killed in Southern California Hit-and-Run Crash Leaves Family Devastated

Father of Five Killed in Southern California Hit-and-Run Crash Leaves Family Devastated

The family of a father of five who died in a hit-and-run early Friday morning is still trying to figure out what happened.

Around 3:22 a.m. on April 19, 44-year-old Anthony Molina was walking home on Marshall Boulevard near Elm Avenue in San Bernardino when he was hit by a car.

A security camera in the area records the sound of the crash, but it’s hard to make out the car because of poor vision.

After the terrible event, Anthony’s family is very sad.

“I’m missing my son. Look what you did to my son,” Sandra, the victim’s mother, told Carlos Saucedo of KTLA 5 while holding back tears. “Don’t bring him back anymore.” “I can’t believe my son is being hurt like this.”

Anthony’s family is heartbroken over his death, and the community will also feel his loss. He taught Little League in San Bernardino for more than 20 years. He is 44 years old. He lived in his house for 28 years.

Tony Molina was killed on April 19 in San Bernardino by a hit-and-run driver. The 44-year-old man has five children. On April 21, 2024, his family talked to KTLA.

Antony Molina was killed in a hit-and-run in San Bernardino on April 19. His friends and family meet for a vigil in his honor. The family of the 44-year-old father of five talked to KTLA on April 21, 2024.

People who live nearby say that cars often go too fast on that stretch of road. They hope that the city will add speed bumps to slow down drivers.

The police haven’t said anything about the suspect’s car that was involved in the accident.

The driver needs to come forward, says Anthony’s sister Darling Vanessa Molina.

“If you’re there, tell the police,” she said. “Justice should be done for my brother.”

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