San Diego, California Jogger Struck and Killed in Street by Motorist


Amy Beringhaus of Lakeside, California, was out for her regular morning run with her husband and two dogs when tragedy struck. The thirty-five year old web designer was struck and killed by a passing car when she attempted to cross the street. Beringhaus’ husband reported to police that he had seen the car, and was yelling at his wife not to cross the street, but she apparently couldn’t hear him.

The driver of the car, a fifty-one year old El Cajon, California woman, reported that she did not see Beringhaus until the woman darted out in front of her car – not giving her enough time to stop. Witnesses to the accident said that the driver appeared to be going the going the speed limit and obeying traffic signs.

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