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Coroner Needs Help Finding Family Of Man Hit And Killed By SUV

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Updated: 10/16/2013 10:54 am
A man was hit by a vehicle on New Circle Road Tuesday night died at the hospital.

The coroner wants your help finding his family.

Police say the incident happened around 8:30 p.m. between Golden Way and Old Paris Road. Mario Rodriguez-Pena was trying to cross the road when he was hit.

Investigators aren’t sure which way Rodriguez-Pena was walking but do say there were no crosswalks in the area.

Police say the driver of the SUV did stop and charges will not be filed.

Rodriguez-Pena last known address was at the Hope Center in Lexington.

If you have any information please contact the coroner’s office at 859-455-5700.
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