Pedestrian struck by pickup airlifted to hospital

Paramedics prepare to airlift a male pedestrian approximately 70 years old after he was struck by a pickup truck that was turning onto San Vicente Road from Gunn Stage Road just before 9:30 a.m. Monday, reports Cal Fire Capt. Robert Ramirez with the Ramona Fire Department. The man, who suffered rib and facial injuries and possibly a punctured lung, was taken via Mercy 6 helicopter to Palomar Medical Center, said Ramirez. No other information is available.

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3 Comments for “Pedestrian struck by pickup airlifted to hospital”

  1. Guest

    Yes, no matter what the facts happen to be, I'm right. AG isn't spot on actually. This happened at about 930am on a holiday Monday, so no real correlation to the morning commute. I do that commute 5 days a week and while the moron factor is there, it ain't much higher than any place else.

  2. MainStreet Media

    Based on information from those at the accident scene, the driver of the pickup was not speeding. At most, the pickup was going 15 mph, according to an official at the scene.

  3. Oliver

    While your account may be accurate, MSM, AG's observations of traffic conditions in this area are spot on.

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