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A hit-and-run crash left a bicyclist dead in South Los Angeles, officials said Sunday. The incident happened in the 1930 block of W. Manchester Avenue just after 9 p.m. the previous night. Los Angeles police said the victim, only described as a man who appeared to be in his late 20s,  was traveling eastbound on Manchester Avenue when a vehicle struck him at Gramercy Place. He was pronounced dead at the scene, according to LAPD. A resident said he heard the crash from his apartment across the street and rushed outside. “I saw the bike pretty much in shambles,” Nathan Glass told KTLA. He said he didn’t see the person who hit the bicyclist. Officer Carol Mitchell said officials did not have a description of the vehicle nor the driver. The case remained under investigation. KTLA’s Anna Albaryan contributed to this report.