Woman Fatally Struck by Vehicle on Highway 101 near 680 Freeway and 280 Freeway (San Jose, CA)

Woman Fatally Struck by Vehicle on Highway 101 near 680 Freeway and 280 Freeway (San Jose, CA)

Woman Fatally Struck by Vehicle on Highway 101 near 680 Freeway and 280 Freeway (San Jose, CA)

Woman Dies after Hit by Vehicle While Seeking Help after San Jose Crash

 
SAN JOSE, CA (February 14, 2019) – A woman died after being struck by a vehicle while seeking help after a crash in San Jose early Sunday morning. Reports from the California Highway Patrol indicated that the deadly collision happened at the interchange of Highway 101, 680 Freeway, and 280 Freeway at around 6 a.m.
 
According to CHP Officer Ross Lee, the victim and her husband were driving from southbound Highway 101 to northbound 680 Freeway when they were involved in a minor crash. The woman got out of their vehicle and searched for help while the husband wanted to wait for a tow truck. The woman was hit by at least one vehicle while she was walking to find assistance, Lee said. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
 
The crash prompted the closure of all lanes connecting Highway 101 with northbound 680 Freeway. All lanes, with the connector ramps from both directions of Highway 101, reopened at about 9:08 a.m.
 
The crash remains under investigation.


We at Sweet Law Group offer our heartfelt condolences to the loved ones of the victim.


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