Motorist killed in rollover crash near Live Oak Park identified

FALLBROOK – The motorist killed in a rollover crash near Live Oak County Park was publicly identified as a 57-year-old Murrieta woman.

Tina Louise McCreery apparently lost control of her westbound 2005 Toyota Corolla on a curve in the 3000 block of Reche Road shortly after 10 p.m. Monday. The car careened across the roadway, hit an embankment and rolled multiple times, according to the California Highway Patrol and the county Medical Examiner’s Office.

The wreckage of the small sedan ended up in a driveway. The home’s residents heard the crash and found McCreery partially ejected from the driver side window. She died at the scene, authorities said.

3 Responses to "Motorist killed in rollover crash near Live Oak Park identified"

  1. Lee   June 22, 2017 at 10:59 am

    The 3000 block of Reche: that’s near Myrtle Creek Nursery, is that correct? If so . . . of course.

    Folks drive down that hill like crazy and then lose control.

    SLOW THE [BEEP] DOWN, FOLKS!

    To all non-Fallbrookers, please be respectful of Fallbrook and treat it as if it were YOUR home and town! Fallbrook is not merely an area that you commute through and disrespect. It is our home.

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  2. Lee   June 22, 2017 at 11:10 am

    OPEN LETTER TO BRIGADIER GENERAL KEVIN J. KILLEA, CAMP PENDLETON

    Dear General Killea:

    Many, many Camp Pendleton personnel drive through Fallbrook, De Luz and Bonsall on their way to Camp Pendleton to work and then home. The morning and evening commutes are heavy with Camp Pendleton personnel making up the vast majority of drivers.

    Can you PLEASE order ALL Camp Pendleton personnel to respect Fallbrook and obey our speed limits at ALL times, please? I kindly ask you to be a respectful and good neighbor, and certainly thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

    Thank you, General Killea.

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  3. Nimby   June 23, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    All that is needed is a few well placed speed bumps. This shouldn’t break the county road budget. Asking people to respect the towns roads will never work. Most are running late to get to work, or in a hurry to get home. Speed bumps is the most direct solution.

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