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All day Saturday, the death toll from Friday's Metrolink crashed crept up, from 17 in the morning to 25 by the end of the day. All day, one family after another found out that their loved ones did not survive.
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Injured passengers were taken to several Los Angeles and Ventura County hospitals, including Simi Valley Hospital, Los Robles Hospital Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, UCLA Medical Center, Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Providence Holy Cross Medical Center and Mission Hills Hospital. Arnold, 75, Camarillo; Dean Lafoy Brower, 51; Alan Lloyd Buckley, 59, Moorpark; Yi Chao, 71; Spree DeSha, 35, Simi Valley; Walter Arney Fuller, 54, Simi Valley; Michael A. Hammersly, 45; Jacob Alan Hefter, 18, Palmdale; Kari Hsieh; Ernest Stephen Kish II, 47, Thousand Oaks; Gregory Lintner, 48, Simi Valley; Paul Long, 56, Moorpark; Manuel Macias, 31, Santa Jordans For Women 2018
Paul Long wasn't on his afternoon commute when his train crashed. An English teacher at Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, he was with his wife and teenage son, on the way home to Moorpark from the Burbank Airport, said Oaks Christian Headmaster Jeff Woodcock.
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Long was severely injured in the crash and taken to Los Angeles County USC Medical Center. on Saturday, Woodcock said.
Manuel Macias only took the train on Fridays. Each of the past six Fridays, he woke at dawn, got a ride from his home in Santa Paula to the Metrolink station in Ventura, and rode to downtown Los Angeles to teach yoga to the blind at the Braille Institute, said his uncle, Carlos Garcia.
Paula; Aida Magdeleno, 19; Charles E. Peck, 58, of Salt Lake City, Utah; Howard Barry Pompel, 69, Moorpark; Donna Lynn Ramata, 49, Simi Valley; Doyle Jay Souser, 56, Camarillo; Maria Elena Villalobos, 18, Moorpark; Female (next of kin not notified); Male (next of kin not notified); Male (next of kin not notified); Male (unidentified); Metrolink engineer (name not released).
"Metrolink was his thing," Jeff Buckley said. "He knew the conductors, he rode up front with them. He even took the train on weekends. . For him to pass away this way is irony, I guess. He just loved trains."
one he took on Friday.
The day after that train crashed, killing Souser and at least 24 others, a group of friends and family members gathered at the family's home. The Sousers were very involved in the local Christian home schooling community, said Ford, who met Souser 25 years ago when they were both elders in the same church.
When Doyle Souser of Camarillo had to go the San Fernando Valley for work, he usually took the late Metrolink train home. But on Friday, he got on an earlier train so he could get home and have dinner with his family to celebrate his daughters coming 20th birthday, said John Ford, Sousers longtime friend.
Our kids grew up together, Ford said. He and his family were very involved in Christian education and home schooling cooperates. He would teach an economics class, and he was on the board of a group we have.
His wife Karen and his son Devin, a student at Oaks Christian, were not seriously injured.
Pompel, 69, sold insurance to employees of the city of Los Angeles. He took Metrolink to work every day, but he was usually on a later train than the Jordan 11 Low Red White
was his Friday ritual," Garcia said. Marine Corps from 1998 to 2002, according to his yoga practice's Web site. He taught yoga to seniors in Santa Paula and at gyms and yoga studios throughout Ventura County and in Santa Barbara.
Paul Long has just started his second year at Oaks Christian; before that, he taught and coached cross country at Grace Brethren School in Simi Valley.
Buckley, who would have turned 60 next week, was a man of long term commitments. He worked for the city of Burbank for 32 years and was married for 38 years. He leaves two children and five grandchildren.
"He loved Scrabble, he played in a competitive game every Thursday night," she said. "He just loved people; he loved all kinds of people. He'd talk to anybody about anything, and he just had a smile on his face all the time."
Alan Buckley was the son of a Union Pacific railroad worker and a train buff since childhood, his son said. He was on board the day the service opened in 1992, and just about every day since then, he took the train to his job in Burbank, where he was a mechanic for the city.
"He was a great guy, just a very solid, well liked teacher," Woodcock said. "He just loved the kids."
Students and teachers came to Oaks Christian on Saturday morning to pray for Long and wait for news on his condition, Woodcock said. On Monday, grief counselors and clergy members will come to the school to try to help both students and adults cope with their loss.
Souser worked for a company that made building supply products, and he commuted regularly on Metrolink to an office in the San Fernando Valley, Ford said.
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On the night before he died, Howard Pompel of Moorpark played in his weekly Scrabble game at the city senior center, said his stepdaughter, Annette Conway.
One of those families was the Buckleys, of Moorpark. Alan Buckley, 59, died at the scene in Chatsworth, but his family didn't find out until early Saturday morning, said his son, Jeff Buckley.
Macias was killed on impact when the trains collided, Garcia said.
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