Vehicle-Scooter Crash in San Diego Kills Rafael Moreno Bulman

Two weeks after a man died in a fatal crash involving his electric scooter and a passing car in San Diego, California, authorities have released his name. The San Diego Medical Examiner’s Office, on Thursday, April 30, confirmed that the decedent was Rafael Moreno Bulman, a 66-year-old Mexican.

The tragic incident was recorded on Wednesday, April 15, in the Otay Mesa/San Ysidro regions of San Diego. Police said officers of the California Highway Patrol responded to the crash just after 10:50 pm and found the elderly man unresponsive on the roadway.

It was gathered that prior to the crash, Bulman was riding his electric scooter through the southbound Interstate 805 Freeway.

At the same time, a Nissan Sedan was also traveling through the south traffic lanes of I-805. For unspecified reasons, Bulman rode his Vectrix scooter into the southbound Nissan, causing him to be knocked onto the ground near the State Route 905 overcrossing.

The vehicle, operated by a 22-year-old San Diego Man, remained at the scene until police arrived. The accident reports confirmed that the motorist cooperated with law enforcement and did not appear to have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time.

The San Diego Police, assisted by the state’s highway patrol, began an investigation into the fatal occurrence to determine what may have caused the crash.

Some of the leading causes of traffic-related fatalities include impairment, overspeeding, distracted driving, improperly lit highways, impatience, or faulty vehicles.

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