ESCONDIDO, California — Jason Richard Moore, 30, of Escondido was killed early Saturday morning when the driver of the car he was riding in lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a parked van at 1538 N. Broadway, according to a San Diego Medical Examiner report.

About 2:35 a.m. on Oct. 6, Moore was a front seat passenger in the vehicle that police say was traveling at a high rate of speed, the report said. Neighbors who heard the crash called 9-1-1 for police and paramedics who arrived at the scene and pronounced Moore dead due to serious injuries.

“Motorists have duty to drive safely when operating a vehicle on our roadways, however, when they fall below the basic standard of care required by all drivers they can be held liable for any resulting injuries or death,” said Attorney West Thomas, founder of the Thomas Law Firm. “My sincere condolences to the family of this young man whose parents and family members are coping with such a huge, unexpected loss.”

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