Singer-songwriter David Crosby strike a jogger with his automobile in Santa Barbara County over a weekend, according to a California Highway Patrol.
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The occurrence happened around 5:50 p.m. Sunday in Santa Ynez, according to a CHP occurrence report.
The jogger, identified as 46-year-old Jose Jimenez of Santa Ynez, was nearby a side of a highway and was going a same instruction as Crosby, according to a report. It pronounced Crosby was pushing a 2015 Tesla about 55 miles per hour, a speed extent on that widen of a street.
Jimenez suffered mixed fractures, abrasions and lacerations though is approaching to survive, according to a report. He was airlifted to a hospital. Crosby was not injured, a news said.
Crosby pronounced he did not see a jogger since a object was in his eyes, a news said. It pronounced drugs and ethanol are not deliberate factors.
The occurrence stays underneath investigation.
Attempts to strech Crosby for criticism were unsuccessful.
Crosby has been inducted into a Rock Roll Hall of Fame twice, once as a member of a Byrds and once as a member of Crosby, Stills Nash.
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