• November 12, 2019

One Killed in Car Accident on First Street in Tustin, CA

Tustin, CA Investigators from the California Highway Patrol working with local police named 52-year-old Todd Hodges as the person that was killed in a pedestrian vs car accident that happened in Tustin, CA on November 10th, 2019.

Police in charge of the accident investigation have only said that Hodges was killed when he was hit by a passing vehicle as they were walking alongside or made an attempt to cross the lanes of traffic on East First Street at or near the intersection with Centennial Way, and that he died of major trauma injuries a short time after he was transported to nearby Orange County Global Medical Center. Law enforcement officials from multiple agencies assisted at the scene of the accident, which is still under investigation at this time.

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