A 50-year-old woman was killed in hit-an-run in North Hills on Monday

A 50-year-old grandmother has been fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver in Los Angeles.

Adriana Sanchez was walking her two dogs around 6am in North Hills when the vehicle hit her and her two dogs.

She was struck in a marked crosswalk and taken to the hospital by medical personal from the Los Angeles Fire Department, where she later died.

Sanchez’s daughter Naomi Hidalgo was heartbroken and determined to find the driver responsible.

‘I still feel like it was a dream. Like, she was the glue that held this whole family together,’ Hidalgo told KTLA.

CCTV footage showed Sanchez walk her dogs Rocky and Charlie early Monday morning, just before she was struck and killed in a North Hills crosswalk 

Adriana Sanchez was walking her two dogs around 6am in North Hills when the vehicle hit her and her two dogs

Sanchez’s family have a strong feeling that somebody witnessed the incident as they said that intersection is notoriously busy

The cops have no leads on the vehicle description or a driver description and have since announced a $50,000 reward to anyone who has any valuable information.

Hidalgo and her cousin have taken matters into their own hands by been canvasing the area to see if anyone saw or has any relevant footage from the deadly incident.

‘I think it’s really unfair. You just took a person’s life away and you don’t care, you didn’t even have the courage to pull over, nothing, to even stop at the stop sign.

‘I really just hope they catch whoever it is and ร้านปะยางมอไซค์ we’re going to work on that. We’re going to make sure that we catch them,’ said Hidalgo.

The two dogs, Rocky and Charlie were also hit by the driver but managed to run back home after it happened.

Rocky suffered a cut near his eye and had traces of tire marks on his hind leg.

Sanchez’s family have a strong feeling that somebody witnessed the incident as they said that intersection is notoriously busy.

‘My mom was so loved. She was such a free spirit… She was the greatest grandma in the world. She loved my kids. So it’s really heartbreaking to see somebody just rip all that away in a matter of seconds,’ Hidalgo told ABC 7. 

She also added that her mother loved to hike, dance, and most importantly loved her family.

Sanchez’s daughter Naomi Hidalgo was heartbroken and determined to find the driver responsible. ‘I still feel like it was a dream. Like, she was the glue that held this whole family together,’ Hidalgo told KTLA 

Derek Thompson, a resident who has lived there for decades told KTLA that speeding is a common problem in that area

‘I know somebody saw something, somebody knows something. Just please come forward, any information – anything you saw, anything helps. We want justice for her. We want this person to be caught,’ Hidalgo said. 

Derek Thompson, a resident who has lived there for decades told KTLA that speeding is a common problem in that area. 

As he said this, another car sped by behind him as he pointed at it and said: ‘Look, listen.’ 

The intersection is known to be full of dog walkers like Sanchez, with a school in the nearby area.  

LAPD urge anyone with any information to contact their detectives as soon as possible or leave an anonymous tip. 

‘Motorists are reminded that if they become involved in a collision, they should pull over and stop as soon as it is safe to do so, notify emergency services, and remain at the scene to identify themselves,’ police told KTLA.

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