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  • Multi-collision fatal accident on I-5

    Village News Editorial|Updated Jun 27, 2024

    A tragic multi-vehicle collision resulted in a fatality and significant travel disruptions early this morning on Interstate 5 near Las Pulgas Road. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) and emergency services were alerted to the scene around 3:04 am, following reports of a two-vehicle crash that quickly escalated. The I-15 has also been backed up for hours, possibly from people using the alternate route. According to initial reports, one vehicle was stalled on the I-5 freeway when a second vehicle collided with it, causing a...

  • PHMG detects 'suspicious activity' shuts down phones, patient portal

    Village News Editorial Staff|Updated May 9, 2024

    Palomar Health Medical Group has shut down its phone lines and patient portal while it investigates “suspicious activity on certain computer systems within its network.” Fallbrook’s Graybill Medical Group is part of PHMG and is included in this shutdown. According to an NBC 7 news report, in a letter to patients dated May 6, PHMG said it detected the activity on May 5. PHMG took the affected systems offline, to “prevent the spread of any potential malware and launched an investigation into the nature and scope of the event,...

  • Pedestrian transported to hospital after being hit by car

    Village News Editorial Staff|Updated Apr 24, 2024

    A collision occurred between a car and a male pedestrian on April 22 at Reche Rd and Via del Oro. The accident was reported at 9:51 pm. The man was transported to Palomar Hospital with moderate injuries by North County Fire Protection District, as verified by NCFPD PIO John Choi. More information will be reported as it is available....

  • High-speed chase ends with death of driver

    Village News Editorial Staff|Updated Apr 16, 2024

    A high-speed chase originating early Tuesday morning in Riverside County culminated in a collision on Interstate 15 in northern San Diego County. The incident commenced around 1 a.m. when a motorist reported being carjacked at gunpoint in Hemet, as per the California Highway Patrol. Subsequently, officers from the Murrieta Police Department spotted the stolen 2023 Toyota Camry, yet the driver declined to comply with commands to pull over and proceeded onto southbound I-15. According to CHP Officer Mike Lassig, the CHP...

  • Kids meet Fallbrook deputies during 'Superheroes Week'

    Village News Editorial|Updated Jun 27, 2022

    A photo featured by the Fallbrook Sheriff's after meeting with the kids at the Fallbrook Community Center during week two of their summer program. The theme was superheroes....

  • Judge rejects Bayer's attempt to limit legal liability for future Roundup cancer claims

    Village News Editorial Staff|Updated Jun 2, 2021

    Last Thursday, Vince Chhabria of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, the federal judge overseeing nationwide Roundup litigation, denied Bayer’s latest attempt to limit its legal liability from $11.6 billion to $2 billion for future cancer claims associated with Roundup weedkiller, saying parts of the plan were “clearly unreasonable” and unfair to cancer sufferers. The rejected settlement is part of a broader $11.6 billion agreement to resolve Roundup lawsuits in the U.S. from about 125,000 consu...

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