On May 11, 2009, Robert Francis Brunswick, an 85 year old San Diego native, lost his life in a fatal car accident in Alpine, California.
The fatal car accident occurred when Brunswick, who was not wearing his seat belt, pulled out in front of another automobile and was struck by a Ford Mustang heading east on Meadows Drive, according to a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol.
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It was around 11 a.m. when the Alpine business man turned out his Saturn sedan on to Alpine Boulevard, near Bay Meadows Drive, before he was hit on the driver’s side of his automobile by the Ford Mustang, in the fatal car accident that cost Brunswick his life.
The 40-year-old Mustang driver, who was traveling below the speed limited at the time of the fatal automobile accident, complained of back pain, probably from a spinal cord injury, and was escorted to the hospital by an ambulance for medical treatment of his personal injury.
Brunswick passed away at a nearby parking lot while waiting for a helicopter to take him to the hospital to treat his pain and suffering from the fatal automobile accident.
As auto accident attorneys, we believe that everyone should be a careful and wary driver while on the road. You do not want to get into a car accident that leaves you paralyzed, with a whiplash injury, having trouble paying medical bills, or becomes a fatal auto accident.
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