San Jose: Pedestrian dies after being strike by mixed cars on I-680, temporarily shutting down turnpike lanes

SAN JOSE — A chairman was strike by mixed vehicles and died Wednesday morning on Interstate 680 in San Jose, authorities said.

The walking was reported around 5:25 a.m. fibbing down in a line on northbound I-680, south of Jackson Avenue. A second news conspicuous a chairman was strike by a automobile pushing in a third lane, according to California Highway Patrol. The walking was strike dual some-more times by dual opposite cars and a initial automobile fled a scene, authorities said. The second and third vehicles stayed during a stage and cooperated with officials.

Officers arrived during a stage during 5:35 a.m. and a chairman was conspicuous passed during a scene. The person’s temperament has been funded tentative presentation of subsequent of family and will be expelled by a Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office.

The second, third and fourth lanes were sealed for around 4 hours and lanes reopened during about 9:18 a.m., authorities said.

No additional injuries were reported and a occurrence was still underneath investigation, according to CHP.

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