160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! GRANADA HILLS – A hit-and-run suspect died late Thursday night, police said, after tearing through residential streets at speeds close to 90 mph. Around 10 p.m., an undercover Los Angeles Police Department unit near Hubbard Street and Laurel Canyon Boulevard, saw a four-door sedan zooming southbound on Laurel Canyon fast. It blew through the light at Hubbard. As the officers gave chase, turning onto Rinaldi Avenue, they saw aftermath of collision with another car. The sedan took off. After calling for backup, the LAPD car followed the sedan, watching it get up to 90 mph before losing contact. They ultimately found the car, collided with four parked vehicles on Haskell Street just south of Chatsworth Avenue. The driver was dead. “He died at the scene,” said Sgt. Bill Justice of the LAPD Valley Traffic Division. “The fire department had to cut him out of the car.” For more cops and crime news, please visit It’s a Crime.