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1 Marine fatally injured, 2 others hurt in Camp Pendleton tactical vehicle accident

April 20th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “1 Marine fatally injured, 2 others hurt in Camp Pendleton tactical vehicle accident”

CAMP PENDLETON — A Marine was fatally injured and two others were hurt in a weekend accident involving a tactical vehicle during training at Camp Pendleton, officials said Monday.

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command said in a statement that a one-vehicle accident occurred Saturday during a unit training exercise, resulting in two Marine Raiders receiving minor injuries and one suffering critical injuries that required aeromedical evacuation for treatment.

He died Sunday night.

His name wasn’t immediately released pending notification of next of kin.

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Details on the type of tactical vehicle involved and the accident were not immediately released and the incident was under investigation.

“Our thoughts are with his family and teammates,” the Special Operations Command said.

 

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Dana Point man pleads guilty to stabbing three Marines outside bar in San Clemente

January 22nd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Dana Point man pleads guilty to stabbing three Marines outside bar in San Clemente”

A 24 -year-old Dana Point man accused of stabbing three Marines outside a disallow in San Clemente in August, has been sentenced to four years in prison.

Alexis Moreno Aguirre pleaded guilty on Monday, Jan. 14, in Orange County Superior Court to two trespas weighs of onslaught with a lethal weapon other than a handgun, according to courtroom enters. A third trespas abuse attack was rejected, along with sentencing enhancements for justification huge bodily injury.

The fight resulted Aug. 3, just after 1 a.m ., in the 200 obstruction of El Camino Real. The Marine — two 21 -year-old men and a 23 -year-old man- are part of the 1st Battalion/ 4th Marines.

One Marine kept a meander to the gut, another was injured in his belly and throat and a third suffered belly and shoulder harms, field enters evidence. All three were taken to a nearby hospital.

The three Marine were back with their section at Camp Pendleton on Aug. 6, said U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Paul Gainey.

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