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Police: Driver who fled after pulling woman from deadly Oxford Circle crash arrested

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PHILADELPHIA - A man is in custody after police say he fled the scene of a tragic car crash that claimed the life of a woman last month.Anthony Ruiz Sotelo, 22, is charged with accident involving death, homicide by vehicle, involuntary manslaughter and related charges.Police say Sotelo was speeding when his car crashed into a light pole, then flipped on its side at Deveraux Avenue and Roosevelt Boulevard on August 19.MORE HEADLINES:After pulling a female passenger out of the sunroof, the suspect reportedly tried to remove the license plate then flood on foot.

He was arrested Tuesday, more than a month after the crash.The female passenger, identified as 34-year-old Izairaliz Espinosa, was pronounced dead after being found lying on the ground.Anthony Ruiz Sotelo, 22 (Philadelphia Police).

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