Pedestrian Hit By Nissan Sport and a Chevrolet truck Resulting in Death.

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Pedestrian Hit By Nissan Sport and a Chevrolet truck Resulting in Death.

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Pedestrian Hit By Nissan Sport and a Chevrolet truck Resulting in Death.

Police in San Jose are investigating a fatal pedestrian collision that occurred on Saturday night. Officials say that at 8:45 p.m., a man was crossing Santa Teresa Boulevard outside of a crosswalk when he was struck by a Nissan SUV traveling northbound. The pedestrian suffered major injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. After being hit by the SUV, the pedestrian was then struck by a Chevrolet truck travelling westbound on Santa Teresa Boulevard.

The driver of the Nissan stayed on scene and cooperated with the investigation, while the driver of the Chevrolet truck fled. Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Detective Bowen of the San Jose Police Department’s Traffic Investigations Unit at [email protected]

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