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Juan Martinez Tovar Killed in Crash on Pacific Coast Highway Near Brookhurst Street


Victim Hit by Car in Fatal Huntington Beach Accident

Huntington Beach, CA (November 11, 2020) – A man was killed in a pedestrian crash in Huntington Beach. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of November 11 on Pacific Coast Highway.

Juan Martinez Tovar, 79, of Santa Ana, was hit by a vehicle on Pacific Coast Highway, near Brookhurst Street. Tovar was killed in the crash. The driver, a 59-year-old Newport Beach man, remained at the accident scene.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Juan Martinez Tovar.

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