San Jose Man, 28, Killed in Crash at Taylor and 19th Streets
SAN JOSE, Calif. (August 3, 2018) — Jimmy Brito, 28, of San Jose, has been identified as the man killed Tuesday night in a collision at East Taylor Street and North 19th Street, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
The collision took place about 11:20 p.m. as Brito was heading southbound on North 19th Street. He was driving a silver 2015 Toyota Corolla that collided with a white 1998 Ford van. The van overturned during the collision. It appears that Brito allegedly ran through a red traffic light.
Brito was transported to a hospital, but later died. It’s unknown whether or not the other driver suffered any injuries following the collision.
The crash remains under investigation by police.
Traffic Accident Investigation
At this time, it appears that the driver in the Toyota is at fault for this horrible crash.
We extend our heartfelt prayers to this man’s family. We also hope the other driver recovers from any injuries suffered in this crash.
If a negligent driver or another entity is at fault for a collision resulting in injuries to you or a loved one, there may be grounds for a personal injury or wrongful death claim. While this is always a personal decision, for many the financial losses associated with a traffic accident are significant.
If you, or your loved one, have been hurt in a California traffic accident, we urge you to contact Johnson Attorneys Group today and speak with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers to help you. We will bring our expertise to your case and guide you every step of the way. Give our office a call at 855-703-4186 for a free consultation.
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