Four cars collided in San Jose on Sunday morning, causing the death one person. The accident occurred on Interstate 280 near the 10th Street off-ramp. The cause of the four-car accident was due one car losing control and causing the sequence of crashes. Per Mercury News, “a 23-year-old San Jose man driving a Mitsubishi on the highway ‘collided with the steel bridge railing on the right side of the roadway edge,’ and the car ended up in the second lane from the right when a red Toyota then collided with the Mitsubishi, pushing it into the fast lane.”

Consequently, a red Nissan collided with the Toyota sedan. The man in the Mitsubishi exited his car and sat in a lane, and he was struck by a second Nissan. The man died at the scene. Three people involved sustained minor injuries, and another man was hospitalized with major injuries. The team at Harris Personal Injury Lawyers send our deepest condolences to the friends and family of the man that died. We have all others involved in our prayers in hopes of a full recovery.

© Harris Personal Injury Lawyers, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Some images on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 2.0 License and a Attribution 2.0 License. WP Maintenance