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Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run collision Saturday

One man has died after a hit-and-run collision in San Francisco’s Westwood Highlands neighborhood this weekend, according to the medical examiner’s office.

Lanqing Dong, a 65-year-old resident of China, died of his injuries following a hit-and-run collision at 5:27 p.m. Saturday at Valdez Avenue and Monterey Boulevard.

Police said Dong and a 64-year-old woman were struck and injured while crossing the street by a driver who then fled the scene.

Police have not reported any arrests in the case.

SEE RELATED: 5 people injured, 2 seriously, in hit-and-runs

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