Omar Moreno killed in motorcycle crash
Omar Moreno of National City was killed in a motorcycle crash. The 37-year-old father of six and 15-year veteran employee of NASSCO, National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (a General Dynamics division) lost his life in a motorcycle crash Monday November 20, 2017. San Diego police indicate that Moreno, known as “El Nene”, was on his motorcycle, riding west on Harbor Drive on his way to work near Naval Base San Diego just prior to 6 am. A big rig tanker truck was heading east on Harbor, and turned left into Moreno’s path — Moreno, who had the right of way, slid into the commercial truck. San Diego Police Officer Robert Heims reported that Moreno died at the scene before he could be transported to a hospital, and that there were no other injuries.
Moreno’s place of work was the NASSCO shipbuilding yard near the site of the crash. We join his friends, family and work family in offering our heartfelt condolences to Maria Moreno and the couple’s four sons and two daughters.
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