CORONADO (CNS) - A Coronado roadway was closed Wednesday while police investigated an accident in which a pickup truck slammed into a tree, killing a teenage boy and injuring two others.
The fatality along the east side of the 900 block of Glorietta Boulevard occurred about 9:45 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Coronado Police Department.
Both directions of Glorietta Boulevard, between Vista Place and Monterey Avenue, were expected to be closed until 8 a.m., police said.
One of the injured boys was hospitalized for observation, police said, adding that the other was treated and released.
Their ages were not immediately available.
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