Highway 67 fatalities

MOTORIST INJURED IN LAKESIDE CRASH DIES IN HOSPITAL

November 19, 2011 (Lakeside) -- Esaw O'Guin, Jr., 27, has died of injuries sustained in a crash that occurred November 17 on southbound Highway 67 near Slaughterhouse Canyon Road in Lakeside. O'Guin, who was wearing a seatbelt, was driving a Toyota Camry when for unknown reasons, he crossed the center line and collided with another vehicle.


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FATAL CRASH ON HIGHWAY 67


August 10, 2011 (Poway) – Leon B. Livingston, 56, of San Diego died August 7th of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in Poway. Livingston, who wore a helmet, was driving southbound on State Route 67 in Poway when the vehicle in front of him stopped suddenly and Livingston rear-ended the vehicle.


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MURDER ON HIGHWAY 67? DEATHS NOW INVESTIGATED AS HOMICIDES

 

Two women’s bodies found at site of car crash in Lakeside yesterday with "suspicious" evidence

 

By Miriam Raftery

Photos by Dennis Richardson

 

June 30, 2010 (Lakeside) – San Diego Sheriff’s Department today announced that it is investigating the deaths of two women found yesterday as homicides. The bodies were found approximately a mile and a half north of Slaughterhouse Canyon off the eastbound side of Highway 67 in Lakeside after a neighboring property owner reported that he had found a dark blue vehicle that plunged 200 to 300 feet down an embankment.


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