Trent Tozer Wiki – Trent Tozer Biography
Trent Tozer suddenly passed away on Sunday, April 2. The community is very saddened by the passing of Trent, who was a lively little leaguer, son, brother, and friend. We support Trent’s family and friends at this trying time. According to the official police report, South Pasadena resident Trent Tozer was fatally struck by a train on April 2nd at roughly 5:10 PM. The sad occurrence happened 600 feet past the Ostrich Farm Lofts and the rail-crossing intersection at Arroyo Verde Drive, on the westbound lanes of the Gold Line.
He was struck in an area that was not intended for pedestrian use, and it is against the law to trespass on railway tracks. The inquiry into this case is still underway and not yet complete. The police have concluded that Trent Tozer’s death was an accident. Although there is no proof that he was coerced or pushed onto the rails, there is evidence that he had meant to commit himself. The occurrence appears to have been a sad accident based on the evidence found at the scene and the testimony of the witnesses.
Trent Tozer Age
Trent Tozer age was not mentioned.
Trent was struck by a westbound train
Police have warned the general populace to keep away from train tracks and to only cross them at predetermined crossings. Trespassing on train lines is not only prohibited but also dangerous. Trent was struck by a westbound train on Sunday evening at around 5:10, according to first accounts from the scene and subsequent follow-up reports. Tozer died at 5:26 p.m., according to the LASD Metro Division, and it is thought that Tozer killed himself. The investigation is currently being managed by the Metro Personnel Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The South Pasadena Police Department was attempted to contact, but they are currently unable to provide any information.
Trent Tozers’ tragic passing was announced by SoPass Little League on Instagram. “PLL is devastated to learn of the demise of one of our own, Trent Tozer. The Little Leaguer, son, brother, and friend passed away unexpectedly on Sunday. We will have a candlelight tribute for Trent’s family, friends, and the community this Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Clarich Field. Although there will be candles available, you are welcome to bring your special candle in memory of Trent. Please consider contributing to The Tozer Family’s Go Fund Me website. In loving memory of Trent, Devin Robinson has put up a GoFundMe campaign, requesting that friends and family give what they can to the Tozer family so that they can get through this extremely trying time together.