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Pedestrian Heather Plazak Dies When Struck by a Car

San Bernardino – Heather Plazak, a 30 year old resident of Tampa, Florida, died when she was struck by a car while jogging. The tragic accident occurred on Thursday at 12:50 p.m in Angeles Oaks.  Plazak was jogging along Highway 38 on the eastbound side at mile marker 29.  She was apparently struck from behind by Loma Linda resident, Robert Harold Smith, 59.  He was driving a 2000 Ford F-150 ... Read More »

Famous Photographer to the Stars Otto Jensen Dies in Pedestrian Accident

Burbank – Otto Jensen died on Tuesday as he was crossing the street in Burbank. The accident happened at 8:20 p.m. at the intersection of Olive Avenue and Griffith Park Drive.  Jensen was hit by a 91 year old female driver, Mary Beaumont, who was driving her sedan. Jensen was immediately taken to Saint Joseph’s Medical Center on Buena Vista Avenue where the famed photographer was pronounced dead.  He was a ... Read More »

Pedestrian Isabel Pablo Tomas Struck And Killed By Patrol Car

Riverside – On Sunday, pedestrian Isabel Pablo Tomas was struck by a marked Riverside Police Department patrol car and killed.  She had six children. The accident happened around 7:45 a.m. at the intersection of Madison Street and Emerald Street in Riverside County.  It appears the 57 year old female was at the corner of Madison and Emerald when she was struck, having just stepped into a crosswalk.  She was taken ... Read More »

Lake Elsinore: Anthony Devaney Fatal Pedestrian Accident

On Monday at 10:14 p.m. nineteen year old, Anthony Devaney, was involved in a fatal pedestrian accident killed while walking on Lake Street, a half mile west of the 15 Freeway in Riverside County. Devaney was hit by an SUV while crossing the road.  According to Lake Elsinore police, Devaney was dressed in dark clothing and was wearing earphones which made it difficult for the driver of the SUV to ... Read More »

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