1 Dead and 2 Injured in San Diego Pedestrian Crash
SAN DIEGO, CA (December 18, 2019) – A 63-year-old man died while two other pedestrians sustained injuries in a separate pedestrian crash.
A suspected homeless man, Douglas Munz, got struck by a 2016 Cadillac sedan at 10:00 p.m. when he walked across Euclid Avenue at mid-block in the Chollas View neighborhood. According to SDP, responders took Munz to a hospital where he later died. Meanwhile, the 26-year-old Cadillac driver stayed at the scene. Authorities ruled out intoxication as a factor in the collision.
At 2:50 p.m. in North Park, a 47-year-old woman got hit and seriously injured by a vehicle while she tried to walk across 31st Street at the intersection with North Park Way. The police revealed that a male driver of a 2014 Toyota Corolla turned left onto 31st Street and hit the woman. Responders took the injured to a hospital with a skull fracture, facial injuries and a brain bleed. The driver stayed at the scene and also got cleared from intoxication.
In San Marcos, a Nissan sedan hit a 12-year-old middle school student who crossed a marked crosswalk with a red signal. The crash happened on Woodland Parkway and Rock Springs Road at 2:30 p.m.
Responders airlifted the boy to Rady Children’s Hospital while the driver stayed at the scene.
We at Sweet Lawyers offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Douglas Munz. Our deepest thoughts are with them during this difficult time.
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