John Singleton involved in fatal L.A. accident

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HAT TIP: TMZ 

John Singleton, acclaimed director of “Boyz in the Hood,” was involved in a fatal accident Thursday night in Los Angeles.

LAPD officers tell TMZ Singleton was driving his 2001 Lexus SUV around 8:00 p.m. on a Los Angeles street when a female pedestrian, not in a crosswalk, suddenly stepped out in front of Singleton’s car. Police say Singleton immediately stopped and waited for police and ambulances to arrive. The 57-year-old woman, identified as Constance Russell of Los Angeles, was taken to a nearby hospital where she unfortunately died Friday morning.

Police tell TMZ Singleton was not speeding at the time and was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Cops say their investigation has concluded and they’ve determined that this is a “very, very unfortunate accident.”

Singleton will not be cited for any violation.

A call placed to Singleton’s agent was not immediately returned

2 thoughts on “John Singleton involved in fatal L.A. accident

  1. Dear John!

    My sympathy goes out to Constance Russell and her family. And to you, too. Though you were of no wrong doing, I’m sure it’s very difficult to be in such a situation.

    On another note, I would like to speak with you in regard to a project I believe you’d love! You’d want to sink your teeth into it! It’s a book I read in my youth, and it’s timeless. We could probably get it for a song.

    Regards,
    Glenn Brandon Burke
    GBSmgmt@aol.com

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