A Los Angeles area hospital is seeking assistance from the public in identifying a patient who has been hospitalized since mid-November after being struck by a vehicle in Long Beach. The individual, described as a Hispanic man in his 50s, has no documentation or identifiable evidence.
The incident occurred around 11 p.m. on November 18th when the man was found lying in the roadway at the intersection of Golden Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway. He was subsequently transported to Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center on Linden Avenue, where he has been receiving medical care.
The patient stands approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs around 138 pounds. He has brown eyes, brown hair, and a brown beard. Notably, he bears a tattoo of a rose and the names Guadalupe and Lizbet on his right forearm, while his left forearm features the names Jose and Lizbet along with a tribal circle.
Unfortunately, due to privacy laws, the hospital cannot provide specific details about the man’s medical condition. Individuals who may recognize him are urged to contact 562-491-9381 with any information that could assist in identifying the patient.