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Graphic video shows car slam into man attending vigil for hit-and-run victim

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LOS ANGELES – A pedestrian was hit by a car Wednesday afternoon during a vigil for a bicyclist who was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver a day earlier at the same location in South Los Angeles, video from the scene showed.

A pedestrian is struck in a South L.A. intersection on April 11, 2018 where a vigil was being held for a bicyclist who was fatally struck in a hit-and-run crash the day before. (Credit: KTLA)

A pedestrian is struck in a South L.A. intersection on April 11, 2018 where a vigil was being held for a bicyclist who was fatally struck in a hit-and-run crash the day before. (Credit: KTLA)

Now Los Angeles police are looking for the drivers and vehicles involved in both hit-and-run crashes.

Pedestrians and cyclists had gathered at the intersection of Normandie and Manchester avenues for the vigil remembering cyclist Frederick Frazier, 22, who was killed almost exactly 24 hours earlier after being struck by the driver of a white Porsche Cayenne, which didn't stop.

About 100 cyclists were at the vigil, and some drivers appeared upset that they had difficulty getting through the intersection. Several vehicles, including an apparent older-model gold Toyota sedan, were seen trying to push through the cyclists.

Frederick Frazier is seen in a photo held by a mourner at a vigil for him in South L.A. on April 11, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

Frederick Frazier is seen in a photo held by a mourner at a vigil for him in South L.A. on April 11, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

When the Toyota began moving through the crowd, some cyclists appeared to punch at the car, according to a KTLA reporter who was covering the vigil. The Toyota then took off but returned, speeding through a red light at the intersection and striking the pedestrian, who went flying.

The KTLA news crew at the scene recorded video of the crash. The crew's news photographer was nearly struck by the Toyota, which didn't stop after striking the pedestrian and continued westbound on Manchester Avenue.

The pedestrian victim, who was apparently a friend of Frazier, was thrown in the air from the impact of the crash. He was able to get up and limped toward the sidewalk, where others ran to help him, the video showed.

A gold Toyota Avalon flees after striking a pedestrian in South L.A. at a vigil for a cyclist on April 11, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

A gold Toyota Avalon flees after striking a pedestrian in South L.A. at a vigil for a cyclist on April 11, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

He appeared to not be seriously hurt, at least initially. The car narrowly missed several other pedestrians and a dog, the video showed.

As it struck the pedestrian, the Toyota driver, apparently a woman, passed right by an LAPD patrol SUV that was stationed in the intersection for the vigil. The LAPD vehicle was stopped with its lights flashing.

The crash came amid a tense situation at the vigil.

At one point before the crash, cyclists had begun using their bikes aggressively toward the LAPD patrol stationed there. The LAPD vehicle's rear window ended up shattered.

The man who was struck appeared to have been trying to help keep things under control. He was treated by paramedics and taken to a hospital.

Participants at a South L.A. vigil for Frederick Frazier, a cyclist killed in a hit-and-run, target an LAPD patrol vehicle on April 11, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

Participants at a South L.A. vigil for Frederick Frazier, a cyclist killed in a hit-and-run, target an LAPD patrol vehicle on April 11, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

LAPD spokesman Officer Tony Im said the crash occurred about 1:05 p.m. when 30 to 40 people were in the intersection, blocking all lanes of traffic.

Im said police were looking for the driver and the vehicle that fled, which he described as an older model, tan four-door Honda Accord. KTLA's video showed what appeared to be an early-2000s gold Toyota Avalon with a California license plate No. 8BUK639. The passenger side of its windshield appeared shattered.

On Twitter, LAPD asked people to avoid the area, and described the incidents as a hit-and-run and an "officer needs help call."