While Frank Pastore, the Christian radio show host of KKLA, remains in coma as of Wednesday afternoon, his radio station released a foretelling sound byte of Pastore speaking just three hours before his Nov. 19 accident.
Pastore, who was struck by a vehicle as he was riding his motorcycle on the 210 freeway, spoke on his radio show “The Frank Pastore Show” about modern-day science’s research into the possibility of life after death.
On the soundbyte posted on the radio station’s website, Pastore mentions the possiblity of getting into a motorcycle accident as an example of the unpredictability of life and death.
“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. But that’s not me, that’s my body parts. And that key distinction undergirds the entire Judeo-Christian world view.”
Pastore was traveling on the freeway when he was struck by a Hyundai Sonata that drifted into his lane.
Although Pastore was wearing a helmet, he suffered massive head injuries.
Pastore's wife, Gina, told the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, that his condition is stable, but serious.
The driver of the vehicle, identified only as a 56-year-old woman from Glendora, was not cited or arrested, according to authorities.
The crash is still under investigation.
To listen to the soundbyte, click here.