SAN MARCOS (CNS) - The body of a North County woman was found between the rails of train tracks in San Marcos, and although a coroner said the death was a suicide, deputies did not say if she had been struck by a train.
Veronica Raggio-Key, 59, was found just before 6 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day on the North County Transit's Sprinter line near the 1100 block of East Mission Road, according to the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office.
San Diego County Sheriff's deputies investigated and found Raggio-Key had died from multiple blunt force injuries, the medical examiner's office said. But that report did not say if she had been hit by a train or some other object, and sheriff's deputies were not commenting.
San Diego is on the shortlist of locations for a U.S. Army command center focused on cutting-edge technology and military modernization, the San Diego Regional EDC announced Tuesday.
Authorities on Tuesday released the name of a man who died at a hospital three days after being arrested during a disturbance at a Paradise Hills home.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to move forward with laying off 38 full-time Animal Services employees as part of a plan to shrink the department.
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