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Fatal Traffic Collision / Case # 2012C-2636

On December 9, 2020, at approximately 2104 hours, Cathedral City Police officers were dispatched to the area of Ramon Road and Avenida Alvera regarding a vehicle versus pedestrian traffic collision. Upon arrival, Officers located an adult male lying in the street with major injuries. The Cathedral City Fire Department responded, and the pedestrian succumbed to his injuries and died at the scene. At this time, his identity will not be released, pending the Riverside County Coroner’s Office investigation. The driver of the vehicle involved was cooperative and remained at the scene during the investigation.

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Press Release 2010C-8227 – Fatal Traffic Collision

On October 29, 2020, at approximately 1954 hours, Cathedral City Police Department (CCPD) officers were dispatched to the area of Crossley Road and Sarah Street regarding a vehicle versus pedestrian traffic collision. Upon arrival, Officers located an adult female in the street with major injuries. The Cathedral City Fire Department responded to the scene and the female pedestrian succumbed to her injuries.

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Press Release-Fatal Traffic Collision – 1811C-5599

On Monday 11/26/18 at 7:02 P.M., Cathedral City Police officers were dispatched to the intersection of Ramon Rd. and Crossley Rd. regarding a traffic collision. Officers arrived and determined a traffic collision involving a pedestrian and a minivan had just occurred. Upon preliminary investigation, officers leaned that Palm Springs Fire Department and AMR paramedics were dispatched to a collision at the Ramon Rd. and Crossley Rd. intersection. CCPD officers determined the collision had occurred in the westbound lanes of Ramon Rd., approximately 300 feet east of the intersection, within the jurisdiction of Cathedral City. The injured pedestrian had already been transported to Desert Regional Medical Center (DRMC) for emergency medical treatment while CCPD officers remained on scene and conducted a traffic accident investigation.

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