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Surfer who died in water at Upper Trestles is identified

December 8th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Surfer who died in water at Upper Trestles is identified”

A man knew floating in the liquid at Upper Trestles just south of San Clemente was identified as Ellis John Manugo Pontillas, according to the San Diego Department of the Medical Examiner.

The report said the death occurred at 7:35 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Trestles Beach trail, which is within San Diego County limits on State Parks land. Though no municipal of residency was given, he was identified as a 53 -year-old male who resides in Orange County.

” Bystanders mentioned the decedent go into the ocean and begin paddling out on his surfboard. Bystanders said him go under a movement and attempt to keep paddling out ,” the report speaks.” After the waving transferred, the decedent was realise moving insensitive in the ocean and spectators ran into the irrigate and gathered him to shore .” The parties on the coast announced 911 and attempted CPR.

When paramedics arrived, they also initiated advanced cardiac life support.

” Despite advanced life-saving attempts, the decedent was unable to be resuscitated ,” the report reads.

The cause of death is pending.

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Surfer found dead at Upper Trestles south of San Clemente after struggling in waves

December 6th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Surfer found dead at Upper Trestles south of San Clemente after struggling in waves”

A surfer was discovered face down in the spray at Upper Trestles early Saturday morning.

The man, described as middle age, was investigated striving as he paddled out into the channel-surf at the break-dance just south of San Clemente’s border, said Rich Haydon, south sphere Superintendent for State Parks.

It’s equivocal if “the mens” was contending because of the surf conditions or because of health issues.

The surfers nearby then saw the man face down in the water.

“They rescued him, produced him to the beach and did CPR for 10 hours, ” Haydon said.

Camp Pendleton Fire Department reacted and continued attempting CPR before certifying the man dead on scene.

Surf the past few epoches has been strong, with conditions Saturday morning described as 2-to 3 paw and tempestuou, Haydon said.

A surfer was found dead in the water at Doheny State Beach from health topics earlier this year despite relief tries from fellow surfers.

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Dan Bane, Laura Ferguson, Kathy Ward ahead in San Clemente City Council race

November 18th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Dan Bane, Laura Ferguson, Kathy Ward ahead in San Clemente City Council race”

With all districts reporting on Wednesday, Dan Bane, Laura Ferguson and incumbent Kathy Ward appeared set to capture three open seats on the San Clemente City Council.

The 12 -candidate race centered on topics such as halting the Toll Road, public safety, homelessness, the risk of nuclear waste and delivering back a hospital.

Bane pledged to continue efforts to stop the Toll Road at Oso Parkway while Ferguson pushed for more public safety during her expedition. Ward also campaigned on a desire to halt the Toll Road and pushed to remove nuclear waste and bring back a infirmary and emergency room.

For terminated ballot coverage, go to ocregister.com/ election-results.

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8 trends behind South Orange County’s $238-a-night hotel business

July 15th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “8 trends behind South Orange County’s $238-a-night hotel business”

South Orange County area hotel room rates are higher year-to-date through May as occupancy decreased, a new report shows.

Here are eight trends to know from CBRE Hotels’ latest reports on how local operators are doing filling up their rooms vs. countywide patterns year-to-date through May …

1. South Orange County hotels charged an average $237.91 per night, up $6.39 in 12 months or 2.8 percent.

2. Think that’s pricey? Among seven Orange County regions tracked by CBRE, South Orange County ranked only No. 3 priciest.

3. Countywide, room rates averaged $191.36 per night, up $7.14 in a year or 3.9 percent.

4. South Orange County hotels in 2018’s first five months were 72.7 percent full, down from 76.5 percent a year earlier.

5. South Orange County ranked No. 6 among seven Orange County hotel districts in terms of hardest to find an empty room.

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6. Countywide occupancy was 79.5 percent, up from 79.3 percent a year earlier.

7. A key measure of hotel cash flow known as “RevPar” for South Orange County dropped 2.4 percent from a year earlier.

8. Countywide RevPar was up 4.1 percent in a year.

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Man killed when struck by train near Oceanside; OC service affected

May 27th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Man killed when struck by train near Oceanside; OC service affected”

A man died when he was hit by a train in San Diego County on Wednesday, May 23. The incident disrupted train service in Orange County.

The man, of an unknown age, apparently committed suicide, San Diego County sheriff’s Lt. Ricardo Lopez said. The man was hit several blocks north of the Oceanside Transit Center by a Coaster train, which serves eight stations operating north and south in San Diego County.

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A southbound Amtrak train was expected to be delayed about one hour.

Metrolink’s OC Line train 606 was stopped at San Clemente, where passengers could board a bus. Train 608 stopped at San Juan Capistrano.

#NCTDAlert: @PacSurfliners Southbound Amtrak 584 (Rail2Rail) please expect delay for at least 60 minutes due to trespasser incident located north of Oceanside Transit Center. We apologize for the inconvenience.

— North County Transit (@GoNCTD) May 24, 2018

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