According to news reports, the KKLA/99.5 radio show host was on his way home after his talk show on the Glendale-based Christian radio station when a driver lost control of his car along 210 Freeway, crossed the center divider, and then struck his motorcycle.
As a result of which, Pastore was ejected from his motorcycle and suffered brain injury. Paramedics immediately responded to the scene and airlifted him to the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center.
The news was disclosed to radio listeners by Pastore’s co-radio host, Frank Sontag. Sontag usually substitutes Pastore every Thursdays and Fridays on his 4 to 7 o’clock radio program. Nevertheless, Sontag never mentioned any other details to the listeners aside from the fact that Pastore is in serious condition.
Looking through Pastore’s personal background, media sources claimed that he became a professional baseball player pitcher for the Cincinatti Reds from 1979 to 1985, and for the Minnesota Twins in 1986. Moreover, he reportedly earned a degree in business administration, philosophy, or religion and ethics, political philosophy, and American government from different universities. He is married for 30 years and has two children.
Apparently, aside from his family, Pastore has dedicated almost his entire life learning and mastering his chosen career and seeing to it that he would remain tight with his religious beliefs at the same time.
Meanwhile, a Los Angeles motorcycle attorney here wishes for the radio host’s fast recovery so that he could have more time spreading the word of God to other people. He claimed that Pastore serves as a great model for everyone since he is being admired for his words of encouragement.