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Alfonso de Bourbon, American claimant of Spanish royalty, traffic accident he was 83


Alfonso de Bourbon  was a well-known resident of La Jolla, San Diego, who claimed he was the son of Alfonso, Prince of Asturias, the eldest son of King Alfonso XIII of Spain  traffic accident he was 83..[1][2]

(c. 1929 – January 10, 2012)

De Bourbon said he was born in Lausanne, Switzerland
and that he learned Spanish, English, French, German and Italian while
at boarding school. He explained that his father died in a car crash in Florida in 1938, and that he de Bourbon lived in Paris, Germany and New York, before arriving in La Jolla in 1975.[3][4]
He died January 10, 2012 when a tractor-trailer reversed and pinned him between a dumpster and a loading dock wall behind a La Jolla market.[2][3][4]

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