Carlsbad, CA — February 5, 2018, Gage V. Bergmann was killed in a suspected drunk-driving accident.
News reports indicate the accident took place near Calavera Trails at Carlsbad Village Drive and College Boulevard.
Police allege Mr. Bergmann was eastbound on Carlsbad Village Drive when he sped through a red light at College and continued onto another street. Subsequent to this, they suggest that his vehicle collided with several obstacles before flipping over.
First responders reportedly provided advanced medical treatment at the scene and transported Mr. Bergmann to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after arrival.
A full investigation by local police is ongoing, but they believe alcohol to be a contributing factor.
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