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Bicyclist in Huntington Beach Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver


A female bicyclist was struck and killed on Sunday night by a hit-and-run driver in Huntington Beach.

Huntington Beach Police Department identified the deceased cyclist as 34-year-old Genieve Hall, a Huntington Beach resident and mother of a 10-year-old son.

The accident happened about 8:25 p.m. near the intersection of Utica Ave. and Beach Blvd. in Orange County. Hall was riding eastbound on Utica. The motorist was northbound on Beach Blvd. Witnesses told authorities they saw a white sedan strike the bike rider and then drive away, without stopping. Hall's body was found lying on the roadway by Huntington Beach police officers. She was transported to UCI Medical Center, where she died.

Witnesses described the hit-and-run vehicle as a white Chevy Impala. According to the police department, the car likely has front end damage.

According to Hall's brother, Michael Bubba Hall, his sister did not own a car. She rode her bike to get to work and run errands.

Hit-and-run accidents involving bicyclists are all too common. They often result in serious injury or death to the bike rider. Bicyclists who are struck by a hit-and-run driver may be able to make an uninsured motorist claim under their own auto insurance, if they have uninsured motorist coverage.

If you or a family member has suffered injury or death as the result of a bicycle accident involving a hit-and-run motorist, call McGee, Lerer & Associates, a Long Beach personal injury law firm, for a free consultation 24/7. We represent accident victims throughout Long Beach, Norwalk, Bellflower, Downey, the South Bay, and surrounding vicinities. Our lawyers have extensive experience representing bicycle accident victims and their families.