Man Killed in Crash at Interstate 5 and State Route 76

Tyler James Cochran Arrested for DUI in Fatal Oceanside Accident

Oceanside, CA (December 15, 2020) – A man was killed in a DUI crash in Oceanside. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of December 15 at Interstate 5 and State Route 76.

Tyler James Cochran, 25, was driving a Honda Accord on Interstate 5, When he got on the off-ramp for State Route 76, he hit an embankment, causing the Honda to overturn. A passenger in the back seat, a 22-year-old Oceanside man, was ejected. He died in the crash. Cochran was arrested and faces charges of felony DUI and manslaughter. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.

Nadrich & Cohen is an active donor and supporter of several local MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) chapters throughout California.



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