Southern California Man Killed After Car Plunges from Pacific Highway Into Ocean

Southern California Man Killed- Pacific Highway

POINT MOGU, CA (April 8, 2019) - According to reporting from KTLA 5, a 29-year-old man from Diamond Bar, California was the victim of a deadly Pacific Coast Highway crash that occurred on Sunday evening. The wreck happened about one mile away from  Sycamore Cove Beach, near Deer Creek Road.

The California Highway Patrol told reporters that a 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser was headed northbound on the Pacific Coast Highway at approximately 7:30 PM.

A preliminary investigation suggests that the vehicle suddenly veered to the left into the southbound lane. It then rode on the dirt shoulder of the highway, before quickly going over the embankment and dropping into the Pacific Ocean.

Law enforcement officers and emergency service crews were reportedly at the site within minutes. Unfortunately, the 29-year-old driver was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. He was the lone victim in the crash, and his identity has not yet been released by authorities.

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The crash is still under investigation. At this time, the cause of the accident is unclear. If you witnessed this crash or you have any other relevant information, you are encouraged to contact the California Highway Patrol.

At Starpoint LC, Attorneys at Law, our Los Angeles auto accident attorneys are committed to advocating for the rights and interests of injured victims. If you or a loved one was hurt in a motor vehicle crash, please contact our law firm for a free and fully confidential initial consultation.


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