SANTA YNEZ, Calif. (AP) — A recording of an anguished 911 call from David Crosby shows the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer repeatedly asking how soon an ambulance will arrive to help a pedestrian he just hit with his car.
Crosby was driving on a highway near his Santa Barbara County home on Sunday when the accident occurred.
He tells a 911 dispatcher the sun was in his eyes and he couldn’t see 46-year-old Jose Jimenez jogging.
The recording of the call was released Wednesday by the California Highway Patrol.
After a dispatcher tells him an ambulance is on the way, Crosby calls back to ask how soon it will arrive.
Jimenez was hospitalized with broken bones.
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