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Florencio Alonso Jr. Victim in DUI Pedestrian Accident in Whittier

Man, 30, Fatally Struck by Drunk Driver

Florencio Alonso Jr. Victim in DUI Pedestrian Accident in Whittier WHITTIER (April 13th, 2019)

Sary Tury, 36, of Norwalk faces drunken driving charges after striking and killing a pedestrian in South Whittier on Sunday.

Florencio Alonso Jr., 30, of Whittier died at the scene after being struck by Tuy’s 2007 Toyota.

Officials have determined that the 36-year-old was driving south on Carmenita Road when his vehicle struck Alonso, who was walking eastbound across the roadway.

Sary Tury Arrested

Following the collision, Tuy was arrested for suspicion of felony drunken driving. He posted $100,000 bail and was released from custody later in the day.

DUI Crash Investigation

Authorities have arrested and will hold Sary Tury fully responsible after being confirmed to have been under the influence while operating a vehicle. With liability being determined, the family of Florencio Alonso Jr. will be subject to pursuing a wrongful death lawsuit.


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If you have lost a loved one or been injured as a result of an auto accident caused by the negligence of another motorist or party and are looking for guidance or legal advice, contact Bond & Taylor Law Firm for legal help today at 833-266-3534.


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