The bicyclist has not been identified. He is described as a male Asian
adult, possibly in his 50s, 5’1”, 125 lbs. He was riding a white Ancheer
electric bicycle. If you can assist in IDing or have a missing person of
similar description, call OCSD Dispatch at 714-647-7000.
OC Sheriff, CA @OCSD
#OCSDPIO OCSD is attempting to ID a person who died while riding an
electric “Ancheer” bike today around 2pm near Cerritos Ave and Magnolia Ave
in Stanton. Asian male, approximately 50-60 years old; 5 foot 2 inches tall,
with black and gray hair, a thin mustache and brown eyes.
10:21 PM - Oct 8, 2018
A bicyclist was fatally struck by a vehicle in Stanton Monday afternoon as
the driver involved initially pulled into a parking lot before returning to
the scene, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
The victim died after being taken to a hospital for treatment, sheriff’s
officials said. Authorities are still trying to identify him.
He is described by sheriff’s officials as an Asian man believed to be about
50 to 60 years old who stands 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs about 125
pounds. He has black and gray hair, with a thin mustache and brown eyes,
He was riding a white Ancheer electric bicycle when the crash happened just
before 2 p.m. in an area along West Cerritos Avenue that’s near Magnolia
Avenue, sheriff’s officials said.
While the driver pulled into a nearby parking lot after the crash, he or she
later returned to the scene, officials said. Authorities have not released
the identity of the driver.