Pedestrian Dies in Two-Car Crash on Washington Avenue
ESCONDIDO, CA (October 13, 2021) — A female pedestrian died in a two-car accident on Washington Avenue at Rose Street Tuesday afternoon.
The deadly accident happened around 12:30 p.m. For unknown reasons, a red Nissan Titan traveling westbound on Washington Avenue blew through a red traffic light. As a result, the Nissan collided with a northbound vehicle, which sent one of the cars into two pedestrians crossing the street.
Soon after, paramedics responded and transported the pedestrians — a 45-year-old woman and a 7-year-old boy — to Palomar Medical Center.
Soon after, the woman died. As for the child, he suffered non-life-threatening trauma in the accident.
No other injuries we reported. However, the case requires additional investigation to determine the cause and liabilities. Therefore, any witnesses with information on this crash should call Officer Stephen Braucht at 760-839-4482 or the department’s anonymous tip line at 760-743-8477.
My deepest thoughts and sympathies are with the bereaved family and friends of the victim.
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