Man killed crossing 19th Avenue near Stonestown identified

The man who was struck and killed early Saturday morning near Stonestown Galleria mall has been identified as 32-year-old Elijah Reed, the medical examiner confirmed Tuesday.

Reed had no fixed address, according to the medical examiner.

Reed was struck and killed while crossing 19th Avenue at Winston Drive, the main entrance to the mall and shopping center, around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday.

Police said Reed was crossing the street against a red signal and that the driver who struck him had a “solid green light.”

Reed was taken to the hospital but pronounced dead upon arrival, according to police reports.

There have been no arrests made in association with the collision and the name of the driver had not been released as of Tuesday morning.

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