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Listen to Frank Pastore speak prophetically about dying in crash

December 18, 2012|By Houston Mitchell
  • Frank Pastore with the Cincinnati Reds in 1981.
Frank Pastore with the Cincinnati Reds in 1981. (Gene J. Puskar / Associated…)

Frank Pastore, 55, who died Monday from injuries suffered one month earlier when a car swerved into his motorcycle on the 210 Freeway in Duarte, discussed the possibility of being killed in a motorcycle crash the day it happened.

Pastore, a former pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds and Minnesota Twins, hosted a talk show on KKLA-FM in Glendale every Monday through Friday until the day of his accident.

On the day of his accident, Pastore brought up the fact that he might very well be killed in a motorcycle accident.

"You guys know I ride a motorcycle, right? At any moment, especially with the idiot people who cross the diamond lane into my lane, without any blinkers – not that I'm angry about it – at any minute, I could be spread all over the 210....," Pastore said on Nov. 19, the day of the accident.

KKLA put up the sound bite on its website, with the message: "At Frank's wife Gina's request, here is the remarkable, prophetic sound byte of when Frank speaks about what will happen to him three hours later!"

You can listen to the entire message here.

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