• October 10, 2019

Peatón Muere en Accidente con Tractocamíon por Bundy Canyon Road en Wildomar, CA

Wildomar, CA -- 8 de octubre, 2019, una persona murió debido a un incidente en el que un tractocamión la atropelló mientras caminaba.

Los reportes afirman que el incidente fatal tuvo lugar por Bundy Canyon Road, alrededor de las 5:58 de la mañana.

Según las declaraciones de las autoridades, un peatón caminaba por la carretera hacia el oriente cuando un tractocamión que iba hacia la misma dirección lo atropelló.

El peatón fue declarado muerto en el lugar de los hechos. En este momento no hay detalles adicionales.

Las autoridades continúan investigando el incidente.

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