Officers found the victims, who were pedestrians, lying in the intersection of Pacific Avenue and Burnett Street at about 11:55 p.m. on Tuesday.
Police are looking for two men suspected of fleeing the scene after one of them crashed into a pedestrian during a street race in West Long Beach.
Latonia Williams, 44, of Long Beach died at scene about 9:20 p.m. Monday on Pacific Avenue north of 25th Street, according to the coroner’s office and the Long Beach Police Department.
Police said the victim was walking eastbound in a marked crosswalk across Pacific Avenue when a woman driving a silver four-door sedan driving southbound on Pacific Avenue struck him with her car.
A motorist struck a row of parked vehicles before fleeing early Monday morning, authorities said.
The crash sent a pedestrian to the hospital.
The tight-knit family of Pete “Pekelo” Liva Save is still trying to put the pieces back together after a hit-and-run crash on Dec. 4 left their uncle dead in a North Long Beach street.
Police suspect the woman fled after crashing into a skateboarder crossing Bellflower Boulevard this week, but they’re still investigating.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today renewed rewards for information leading to arrests and convictions in two Long Beach homicides in which victims were shot or struck by hit-and-run motorists.
The driver purposely clipped the rear tire of a motorcyclist, knocking off the rider and sending the bike careening into a pedestrian, police say.