Kevin Alleaume Killed in Rear-End Collision on Highway 24 [Oakland, CA]

Kevin Alleaume Killed in Rear-End Collision on Highway 24 [Oakland, CA]
Kevin Alleaume Killed in Rear-End Collision on Highway 24 [Oakland, CA]

29-Year-Old Oakley Man Fatally Injured in Traffic Crash near College Avenue

 
OAKLAND, CA (June 27, 2018) – A man was killed Wednesday morning after his vehicle was involved in a traffic collision on Highway 24, just east of College Avenue.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision took place at 5:19 AM. A gray Chevy Tahoe, driven by 29-year-old Kevin Alleaume of Oakley, was rear-ended by a white Honda Civic. The impact of the collision sent the Tahoe up an embankment, causing the vehicle to overturn onto its roof.
 
Alleaume was ejected from the SUV onto the roadway, where he was struck and killed by a silver Toyota Camry.
 
The drivers of the Camry and the Civic were reportedly unharmed and remained at the scene to cooperate with the investigators. Drugs and alcohol were ruled out as possible factors in the crash, and no arrests were made. Anyone with relevant information about this incident is encouraged to contact the CHP Oakland Office, by calling (510) 450-3821.
 
No further details have been disclosed to the public at this time.


We extend our sincerest sympathies to the bereaved loved ones of Kevin Alleaume. Our thoughts are with them during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.


If you have lost a loved one in a traffic collision caused by an inattentive driver, contact the experienced attorneys at Sweet Law Group. Our firm has over 40 years of experience on the field, and we know what it takes to win your wrongful death case. Let us represent you and fight until we achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve. Call (800) 203-3061 to arrange a free initial consultation at a location nearest you. We are available to clients 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week by email, text message, phone, and online chat.
 

 

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