Santiago Hernandez Killed in Crash at Mockingbird Canyon and Rancho Sonado Roads

Man Hit by Car in Fatal Woodcrest Accident

Woodcrest, CA (November 2, 2020) – A man was killed in a pedestrian crash in Woodcrest. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of November 2 at Mockingbird Canyon and Rancho Sonado roads.

Santiago Hernandez, 61, of Riverside, was crossing the intersection when he was hit by a car.  The driver stopped and called the police. Paramedics arrived within minutes. Despite their efforts, Hernandez died at the accident scene.

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



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