DENVER (CBS4) – One person is dead after a crash on 13th Avenue in Denver Monday night.

Sonny Jackson with Denver police said officers responded to a rollover accident at 13th Avenue and Washington Street around 11:30 p.m.

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“Preliminary investigation indicates the suspect vehicle was traveling westbound on 13th Avenue and failed to stop for the red light,” Jackson said in a statement. “The vehicle broadsided another vehicle traveling southbound on Washington Street.”

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Jackson said the southbound vehicle hit a concrete barrier, rolled over on its roof and then hit a business at 638 East 13th Avenue.

“The lone occupant (adult male) was extricated from the vehicle by fire personnel and was pronounced dead at the scene,” Jackson said.

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The victim has been identified as Roland Smith, 63.

The suspect vehicle then also hit a parked car and the driver, identified as Johnny Lee Hockaday, 28, walked away from the scene. He was found a short time later and arrested.

Hockaday is being held for investigation of vehicular homicide, driving under the influence and other traffic charges.

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“There was adult passenger in Hockaday’s vehicle who was transported to Denver Health Medical Center with serious bodily injuries,” Jackson said.