Man, 27, Killed in Labor Day Collision on Cambridge Drive
ALAMEDA, Calif. (Sept. 7, 2021) — Nicholas Bianchi, 27, died Monday night when another driver ran through a stop sign and T-boned his SUV on Cambridge Drive near Fernside Boulevard.
The collision happened about 8 p.m. on Sept. 6th, Labor Day, according to East Bay Times.
A car was allegedly speeding and drove through a stop sign while traveling northbound on Cambridge Drive. The vehicle collided with the the SUV as it traveled westbound on Fernside Boulevard. Upon impact, the SUV went off the road and crashed into the porch of a nearby home.
Nicholas Bianchi suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. Paramedics transported his passenger to a hospital for treatment of serious injuries.
Driver Arrested for DUI, Manslaughter
Meanwhile, the other driver suffered serious injuries in the two-vehicle crash. The driver was taken into custody and charged with DUI and gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, KRON 4 reports.
The investigation into the collision is underway. The area is known for street racing and neighbors want police to crack down on the problem.
Police closed down Cambridge Drive and Fernside Boulevard to investigate.
It’s unknown at this time if anyone inside of the home was hurt.
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