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Pedestrian killed after being hit by OC Line train near Oceanside

OCEANSIDE, CA – A pedestrian was killed early yesterday morning after being hit by a Metrolink train near the San Clemente Pier and Oceanside stations, according to MyNewsLA.

OC Line train 603, headed for Los Angeles, struck the unidentified pedestrian at about 5:35 a.m. The victim died of injuries sustained during the collision.

The circumstances surrounding the accident were not made immediately available.

Metrolink authorities stopped the train and were attempting to find alternative routes for the affected passengers.

No other injuries were reported in the accident.

Disclaimer: Many of the accidents we report on are preventable. Our hope is that by publishing information about severe accidents, we can equip readers with the information they need to avoid finding themselves involved in such a tragedy. These stories are painful, but real, as they are sourced from news outlets. Outlets sometimes update their published reports. If information on this blog is outdated or incorrect, please let us know so we can update our posting to the most up-to-date information. These posts do not contain legal advice and should not be construed in such a way.

At least one person dead in Oceanside rollover accident

OCEANSIDE, CA – At least one person is dead following a two-vehicle collision in Oceanside yesterday afternoon, according to the Times of San Diego.

The crash happened on College Boulevard, located beneath Vista Way (SR-78), just after 3 p.m. when a red sedan and a blue Tesla collided.

One of the vehicles rolled over during the crash, resulting in two people being trapped inside. Multiple agencies worked to rescue the victims from the wreckage.

It is unclear at this time which vehicle the deceased victim was in.

Authorities did not release the identities of the victims or the circumstances surrounding the collision.

Disclaimer: Many of the accidents we report on are preventable. Our hope is that by publishing information about severe accidents, we can equip readers with the information they need to avoid finding themselves involved in such a tragedy. These stories are painful, but real, as they are sourced from news outlets. Outlets sometimes update their published reports. If information on this blog is outdated or incorrect, please let us know so we can update our posting to the most up-to-date information. These posts do not contain legal advice and should not be construed in such a way.

High-speed collision sends two to hospital in serious condition in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE, CA – Two people were airlifted to the hospital Sunday with serious injuries following an alleged high-speed crash in Oceanside that trapped a passenger inside the vehicle.

OnScene.TV reports that the incident happened just after 8 p.m. in the 4300 block of Mesa Drive when a black 1997 Mercedes-Benz SL collided with a tree.

A passenger inside the vehicle was trapped inside for over an hour while emergency crews used tools such as the jaws of life to extricate her.

She and the driver of the Mercedes were both seriously injured in the crash and were airlifted to the hospital for treatment.

The Mercedes may have been traveling at a high rate of speed when the accident occurred, according to preliminary findings.

The accident remains under investigation.

Disclaimer: Many of the accidents we report on are preventable. Our hope is that by publishing information about severe accidents, we can equip readers with the information they need to avoid finding themselves involved in such a tragedy. These stories are painful, but real, as they are sourced from news outlets. Outlets sometimes update their published reports. If information on this blog is outdated or incorrect, please let us know so we can update our posting to the most up-to-date information. These posts do not contain legal advice and should not be construed in such a way.

Resident and cat hurt in Oceanside condo fire

OCEANSIDE, CA – One person and a housecat were injured in a fire that damaged six condominiums in an Oceanside neighborhood yesterday afternoon, according to Fox 5 San Diego.

The fire broke out sometime before 2 p.m. in the Mira Costa neighborhood. When firefighters arrived to the Vista Way Village complex, located near Rancho Del Oro Drive and Vista Way, they discovered the blaze on the ground floor of the three-story structure.

A housecat was resuscitated by firefighters and is expected to recover. A resident of the condos suffered minor smoke inhalation injuries and declined medical care at the scene of the fire.

Pockets of fire “hotspots” caused firefighting efforts to take several hours before the blaze was fully extinguished.

Six of the ten condos in the structure were damaged in the fire.

The Red Cross is assisting those who have been displaced in the blaze.

Authorities continue to investigate the cause of the blaze at this time.

Disclaimer: Many of the accidents we report on are preventable. Our hope is that by publishing information about severe accidents, we can equip readers with the information they need to avoid finding themselves involved in such a tragedy. These stories are painful, but real, as they are sourced from news outlets. Outlets sometimes update their published reports. If information on this blog is outdated or incorrect, please let us know so we can update our posting to the most up-to-date information. These posts do not contain legal advice and should not be construed in such a way.

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