Pedestrian Woman, Margaret Examus, Killed in Oceanside Hit-and-Run
OCEANSIDE (April 16, 2017)
According to the San Diego Coroner, a 63-year-old woman identified as Margaret Examus, suffered fatal injuries following a hit-and-run Sunday evening at the 1400 block of Mission Avenue.
The incident was logged at precisely 8:19 p.m. when Margaret Examus was struck by a vehicle traveling at speeds between 70-80 mph as she walked across the street.
Oceanside PD and paramedics were immediately notified only to tragically pronounced Margaret Examus deceased shortly after their arrival following resuscitative efforts.
Meanwhile, it was confirmed the driver of an older Honda Civic did not stop and proceeded to flee the scene leaving the victim left behind.
Per the San Diego Union-Tribune, the suspected vehicle had a license plate of 7HJW533 and was being driven by a Latino man with a hat and a beard.
Anyone with information is strongly encouraged to contact the Oceanside Police Department at (760) 435-4882.
We offer our prayers and our most heartfelt condolences to the family members and friends of Ms. Margaret Examus during such a difficult time. We hope the hit-and-run motorist will be located and justice will soon be served.
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