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Hit and Run Driver Injures Encinitas Bicycle Rider

By San Diego Injury Lawyer on June 15, 2009 - Comments off

A woman on a bicycle coming home from a bar on the morning of June 12, 2009, in Encinitas was severly injured when she was hit by a van. The victim and her girlfriend were riding their bikes home on southbound Pacific Coast Highway 101 near Chesterfield Drive when the victim was struck.
The van’s driver was driving an older tan colored box-shaped van. He initially got out of his vehicle and told the victim’s girlfriend that he would move his van to a safer location and return to help, but he never did. The sergeant reports that the man was last seen driving towards Solana Beach. Paramedics that arrived on the scene took the victim to Scripps La Jolla Hospital for treatment. You can read more about this hit-and-run Encinitas bicycle accident in this 10news.com story.

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San Diego Woman Seriously Injured After Falling from Encinitas Bluff

By San Diego Injury Lawyer on June 2, 2009 - Comments off

An unidentified woman in her 20s is currently in critical condition after falling nearly 100 feet down a cliff. The woman was a house guest at a blufftop home in Encinitas when she took the fall around 11 p.m., which left her with serious trauma to her back and head. The injury was reported as happening at a home on Neptune Avenue near Roseta Street, according to Encinitas Marine Safety Captain Larry Giles.
The woman suffering the San Diego County fall injury had been in a hot tub before she got out and walked to a hammock in the back yard, however took a few steps too far and slipped off the cliff and ended up on the beach, about a half-mile north of Moonlight Beach. Alcohol was involved with her incident. When rescuers arrived she had no mobility and could not feel her lower extremities. She was taken by helicopter to a La Jolla hospital. To read more about this San Diego premises liability accident, read this SignOnSanDiego.com story.

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Boy Hit in Encinitas Bicycle Accident Dies from Injuries

By San Diego Injury Lawyer on May 26, 2009 - Comments off

An Encinitas boy who was struck by a motor vehicle while riding his bicycle more than two weeks ago is now dead, as reported by the Medical Examiner’s Office. The 11-year-old boy, Robert Franklin Thompson, had been on life support since his May 6 accident at Rady’s Children’s Hospital, and passed away Friday at 3:30 p.m.
The boy had been on a motorized “pocket bike”, which resembles a small scooter but can go up to 15 mph. He had been crossing the 1000 block of Double LL Ranch Road, a private, gated road in Olivenhain, when this fatal San Diego area accident took place. Witnesses reported to San Diego police that the boy was coming out of a driveway and went directly into the path on the oncoming car. The sheriff’s report had no indication of excessive speed or alcohol being involved with the accident. You can read more about this Encinitas bicycle accident in this 10news.com story.

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Boy Killed in Encinitas Bicycle Accident

By San Diego Injury Lawyer on May 12, 2009 - Comments off

An 11 year-old boy in Encinitas was hospitilized with serious injuries after being hit by a car while riding an electric pocket bike, according to authorities.
According to witnesses, the child rode into the path of a car from a driveway, onto the 1000 block of Double LL Ranch Road on Wednesday afternoon, shortly after 4:30 p.m., as informed by Sgt. Randy Webb of San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. While the child’s name and medical condition have not been released, it is known that he was flown to Rady’s Children’s Hospital. There is no evidence supporting the idea that drugs or alcohol played a role in the San Diego bicycle accident. You can read more about this Encinitas bicycle accident in this 10news.com story.

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Teen Suffers Head Injury After Del Mar Bicycle Crash

By San Diego Injury Lawyer on April 27, 2009 - Comments off

Sgt. Jack Reynolds of the Encinitas Sheriff’s Station reported that a 14-year-old child was flown to Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego as a precaution after crashing his bicycle into a car in Del Mar. The accident happened this last Saturday morning when the bicyclist T-boned his head and hit his head on the ground. He was not wearing a helmet and as a consequence suffered a laceration to the back of the head. You can read more about this Del Mar bicycle accident in this North County Times story.
The bicyclist was unconscious after the crash but was speaking and moving his hands and feet as he was being prepared for the flight to hospital by paramedics. No information was reported from the hospital but according to the Encinitas Sheriff’s station the incident was listed as a minor injury accident. The driver of the car was not found to be at fault.

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