Camp Pendleton, CA — A man was killed while riding his bicycle and two others were injured after they were hit by an NCTD Bus at Camp Pendleton, located in Oceanside, CA. The accident happened on Sunday afternoon, August 4, 2013 at about 1:00 p.m.
Not many details were released in the news reports, but police said that the accident happened along Stuart Mesa Road near the housing area of the base. Three civilian bicyclists were riding along the road when they were hit by the NCTD Bus, but no details about how the accident happened were listed.
Two of the cyclists were hospitalized with injuries, but the third cyclists, an unnamed male, died at a local hospital after being airlifted.
Further investigation is underway and per standard procedure, the bus driver was placed on administrative leave.
Scene of the Accident
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