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Homicide detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man on the southbound on-ramp to Interstate 5 at Valencia Boulevard.

An victim’s’s body was reportedly lying on the ground at the bottom of the on-ramp.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene. His cause of death has not been determined, CHP officials said.

Several motorists came close to hitting the victim when the incident was first reported Tuesday at 8:18 p.m. Early indicate one did so. Several civilian vehicles stopped at the side of the freeway.

Both the northbound and southbound on-ramps to Interstate 5 at Valencia were closed.

Coroner’s officials were on scene as of 10:15 p.m.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.

 

 

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107 Comments

  1. Debbi Foley Debbi Foley says:

    sad………..and scary

  2. Praying for the family

  3. Didn’t they just find one a couple weeks ago under the magic mountain overpass at the five freeway?

  4. Nena Lo Nena Lo says:

    Ashley Schutzano Evelyn Lozano

  5. Wasn’t someone just found there a few wewks ago?

  6. Renee Westby Renee Westby says:

    Awesome town is becoming crazy town

  7. What the heck is going on with Santa Clarita lately… So sad.

  8. All bad in my area people need to stop using that black.

  9. What’s the random dead body count up to this year in SCV? Seems like every week another one is found.

  10. Is that why there’s helicopters?

  11. How sad for the person that died.

  12. Garcia Tracy Garcia Tracy says:

    Carlos Ballesteros im telling u is all bad stay away my friend..

  13. Tracy Miller Tracy Miller says:

    Wow 2 dead in the same location!!! This is crazy.

  14. Seems like every other week there’s a dead body in Santa Clarita.

  15. Sad prayers for that family

  16. William Costello III

  17. Civillians trying to do cpr on him, it was a crazy seen. 😕🙏

  18. Liza Uriarte see another one, I keep telling you

  19. Damn what is going on …

  20. Zach Regan Zach Regan says:

    Reported as a vehicle vs. pedestrian. Not sure why that wasn’t mentioned normally quite accurate reporting on this site

  21. That is awful. Hope it wasn’t a Cal Arts or COC student 😞 My heart goes out to his family.

  22. What’s going on with this town? This was one of the safest cities in the country back when I was growing up here.

  23. Allison Ramos that’s so sad..What the heck is going on?

  24. WTH!!!! GOOD THING YOU DON’T LIVE THAT WAY John Lazar!!!!!

  25. Straight outta Santa Clarita!!

  26. Angel Barriga Maraveles

  27. This is some paranormal stuff

  28. As the city purges people out, many homeless & vagrants seem to want to live in the burbs too. Under the freeways though. Sad. I just can’t imagine not having a home or family

  29. Wow there have been a lot of death here in scv this pass months

  30. Moved up here a year and a half ago from Sylmar and there been already 4 suicides I guy got hit while jogging and another in a motorcycle accident and a young boy who got hit while crossing the,street so sad

  31. Heather Drum Heather Drum says:

    What is going on?!?!?

  32. I saw that as I was driving home tonight!

  33. Sally Taylor Sally Taylor says:

    Its just not us, the whole world is going crazy, every time you turn on the news, it just gets worse. Everyone needs to be careful.

  34. So sad ..Prayers out to Santa Clarita.and those spots

  35. Eddie Gudino Eddie Gudino says:

    I drive a semi truck, I seen the body covered in a white sheet last night on my way home. Prayers to the family

  36. Karina Diaz Karina Diaz says:

    I wonder if stress and the high cost of living is making people go to horrible and extreme measures :(

  37. What in the wide world of sports is goin on around here?

  38. That’s crazy I drove right past there an didn’t notice

  39. Mark Perez Mark Perez says:

    Bro we past by it when the cops were there .we had to tell my son not to look because the cops were lifting up the sheet and looking at the body

  40. Amazing how Santa Clarita has deaths and murders but won’t let me open up a headshop!

  41. Tracy here: some great comments here. When you grab your keys to hop into your vehicle pray a little pray that the good Lord will watch over you and your family. Pray without ceasing! It doesn’t matter what faith you are we all could use God’s loving protection over our families. Be blessed. I’m praying for you! ❤

  42. Walt Ryan Walt Ryan says:

    I seent this last night

  43. So sad . Praying for his family. I hope someone out there knows him

  44. Had he been identified yet?

  45. Susan Gaynor Susan Gaynor says:

    This nice, safe town we live in is so congested now as the city has built homes and businesses everywhere! Sad as it used to be peaceful living here!

  46. Miguel Cisneros says:

    I’m the father of the young man laying on the ground, he had no problems financia, He graduated 2014 College of the Canyons with TWO degrees.
    His name was Michael Henry Cisneros
    Born in Bellflow CA 11 25 1992 – 09 08 2015

    Thank you to those that are praying for his mother that leave in Stenvsons Ranch

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