63-Year-Old Man Killed in Rollover Collision near Camino De Los Mares

SAN CLEMENTE, CA (August 24, 2022) – Saturday morning, a rollover crash on 5 Freeway killed Gregory Hudson Lynch.

The collision happened around 9:40 a.m., near Camino De Los Mares on August 20th.

Per reports, 63-year-old Lynch was driving a Maserati west on the highway when he lost control for reasons unknown.

As a result, the vehicle struck a nearby tree before overturning and coming to rest on the westbound lanes.

Medics arrived and transported the 22-year-old female occupant to Mission Hospital for treatment of non life-threatening injuries. Meanwhile, crews pronounced 63-year-old Lynch, of San Clemente dead at the scene.

Following preliminary duties, alcohol, speed, or drugs were not identified as potential factors. Additionally, police believe that Lynch suffered a medical emergency prior to the incident.

Both lanes on Camino De Los Mares between Camino El Molino and Calle Agua were blocked for further investigations and cleanup duties.

During this time, the team at Sweet James would like to offer their sincere condolences to the family and friends of Gregory Hudson Lynch. May you find comfort and strength through the memories of your loved one.

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