On October 5, 1995, at approximately 2001 hours, a Causasian or possible Hispanic male pedestrian was struck by a train at California Street and Oak Grove Avenue in Burlingame. The remains bore no identification. The subject had an analog watch with a light-colored face and dark, leather type wristband. Subject was wearing a "Ray-Chem W&C Safety Awareness" shirt. Eight (8) shirts were produced and only five (5) can be accounted for.
Description of Remains:
Ancestry: European descent, possible Hispanic
Age: Approximately 33-46 years
Height: Approximately 5'06" to 5'08"
Weight: Approximately 145 lbs.
- "XJ-900" white walking shoes
- Black stonewashed denim pants
- Blue nylon jacket with orange lining
- Navy blue baseball cap with red "B" outlined in white
- Brown belt with white metal buckle
- Yellow undergarments
- "Outbanks" black, knit "polo" style shirt with "Ray-Chem W7C Safety Awareness"
Distinguishing marks or tattoos: Old left rib fracture
If you have information regarding the identification of this person, please contact:
San Mateo County Coroner's Office
Telephone: (650) 312-5562