Gloria Nunez, 74, Dead in a Train Crash on West Main Street and Obispo Street in Guadalupe

Gloria Nunez, 74, Dead in a Train Crash on West Main Street and Obispo Street in Guadalupe

ON July 27, 2017

Woman killed in a train crash on West Main Street and Obispo Street in Guadalupe

According to Santa Maria Times, on Monday afternoon, a Guadalupe woman failed to dodge a northbound Amtrak train and was killed at the intersection of Obispo Street and West Main Street in Guadalupe.

Authorities say the woman, identified as Gloria Nunez, 74-year-old, tried to avoid a northbound Amtrak train in her SUV on Monday but was clipped as it sped past the gate.

The Gloria’s SUV came to a rest alongside the tracks next to the passenger train, stated the police.

As mentioned in the article, the emergency first responders assisted Santa Barbara sheriff’s coroner to remove the body of Gloria Nunez from the scene.

The Guadalupe Police Chief Gary Hoving said that there were no one else in the vehicle.

The Police Chief said Gloria Nunez tried to go through the gate as the train approached.

The news of this bicycle crash deeply saddens us.  The staff of The May Firm would like to offer our condolences to the victim’s family and will keep Gloria Nunez in our thoughts and prayers during this time. We pray that they may find peace during this time.

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