Angels Pitcher Among 3 Killed in Fullerton Hit-Run | NBC Los Angeles Los Angeles -- Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart, 22, was among three people killed in a crash at a Fullerton intersection early Thursday. Adenhart, another man and a woman were all killed, and another man was critically injured, in a three-vehicle crash blamed on a motorist who ran a red light at a Fullerton intersection, police said. Besides Adenhart, one of the other people who was also killed was also part of the Angels organization. Authorities withheld the names of the dead for hours, pending family notification. Adenhart was born in Silver Spring, Maryland on Aug.24, 1986. "The right-handed pitcher graduated from Williamsport High School in Maryland and made his major league debut on May 1, 2008," TMZ reported. Police said the driver of a minivan who was blamed for the crash fled the scene on foot but was arrested a short time later on suspicion of hit-and-run. A passenger who remained in the minivan suffered minor injuries, Brower said.