Recently the Los Angeles Police Department released a video to the media involving a hit and run they couldn’t solve. The crash occurred April 27 at about 5:10 a.m. Joo Yoon,a 90 year old male, was riding a bicycle across the intersection of Virgil Avenue and 6th Street when a dark-colored Nissan GT-R fatally struck him. This GT-R is unique, it has a white, possibly reflective, stripe going along the side of the car near the belt line.
The driver of the GT-R is not at fault for the accident, the old man walked right in front of a car late at night at exactly the wrong time. The driver kept on going though which begs the question was this driver intoxicated or wanted for a prior offense? By now the GT-R has probably been worked on and any distinguishing features that could be used to identify the car are already removed. Chances are though that someone still knows whose GT-R this is. If anyone might know whose GT-R this is, in or around the LA area, please call the LAPD.
OK..this was so bizarre and there was no sense of urgency…AT ALL! everybody in this video should have their heads examined!
truly amazing. the description should read "the nissan …keeps going and pretty much everybody else does too"
by the way, how's the porsche running?
Jonathan Loper , Porsche is running well thanks! it's starting to need things a 27 year old car needs.