One Killed after Pedestrian Crash on Highway 76 near Old Grove Road
OCEANSIDE, CA (November 16, 2020) — A 36-year-old man died following a pedestrian accident on Highway 76 just east of Old Grove Road on Saturday, November 14.
According to Oceanside Police Department Sgt. Rick Davis, the crash occurred at around 12:48 a.m. when a 2005 Lexus sedan moved westbound on Highway 76.
Davis said that the driver didn’t notice the pedestrian until the last second because of darkness and struck the pedestrian.
The victim died and his identity is not yet available pending notification of his loved ones.
The driver stopped in the center of the median and waited for officers to arrive at the scene.
According to Davis, alcohol or drugs did not contribute to this crash on the driver’s part. It is not yet determined if the pedestrian was under the influence of any substance during the incident.
Any person with information about the crash can contact Accident Investigator David Paul at 760-435-4431.
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