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Long Beach Man Killed on Park Avenue

A man was struck and killed by the driver of a Jeep on East Park Avenue early Sunday morning.
A man was struck and killed by the driver of a Jeep on East Park Avenue early Sunday morning.

A Long Beach man was killed early Sunday morning after a car struck him on Park Avenue.

According to Sgt. Eric Cregeen, a spokesman for the Long Beach Police Department, at about 1:25 a.m., officers responded to a call of a pedestrian struck at the intersection of Lincoln Boulevard and East Park Avenue.

A Long Beach Fire Department ambulance took the pedestrian, Michael Small, 46, of Long Beach, to Long Beach Medical Center, where he succumbed to his injuries.

There were no criminal charges lodged against the operator of the 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee, which was involved in the accident.

_This is a breaking news story. Patch will have more details if and when they are made available.

Beachguy September 26, 2012 at 05:08 PM
people complain about speeding cars all over Lb so why limit enforcement to a relatively small area? Reducing the speed limit is a farce and a sop unless theres enforcement which there isnt where we already have these slow limits
Joel Scott September 26, 2012 at 07:44 PM
I have observed, that since the ridiculous deployment of stop signs in the city, that drivers are driving much faster. While I have no statistics available other than my own experiences, I think the stop signs are having the complete opposite effect. People end up speeding more when they have to stop every 40 yards.
Westie September 27, 2012 at 12:09 AM
The problem is not the enforcement, idiots. You can bash me all you want, but I've never been in an accident, and that is because I follow the rules of the road, and I always leave myself an "out" while I'm driving. I was cut off while driving in the left lane by some ass in a Lexus SUV who decided to make a left from the middle lane while on his cell phone the other day on Park Ave at National Blvd. That has nothing to do with enforcement. It has to do with jerks on the road. Stop blaming the cops, and start blaming the a-holes. Mikey was a friend of mine, and this incident was just an unfortunate situation. The driver was sober. This was just an accident of bad timing for both involved. Stop whining on the Patch, and start calling the PD when you see the stupidity on the roads. This is Long Beach. We take care of our own. When you see someone doing something stupid, say something! Stop friggin' whining and DO something! I've stepped into the street in front of cars and made them slam on their brakes... Push something in their way to make them slow down. This is nonsense.
Beachguy September 29, 2012 at 07:46 PM
Attention Everyone!!! Westie has finally solved the speeding problem. Tomorrow, Sunday, morning we will all gather in front of the Beach Bagel and throw ourselves in front of the oncoming cars on Beech St.,hoping they will stop in time to avoid killing or maiming us. Please don't scrimp on getting the most expensive bagel possible since for many it will be their last meal. Would someone please notify all appropriate agencies.All hospitals within 50 miles, EMS units, Fire Departments etc. WESTIE for president! What a guy!!


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