REDWOOD CITY, California (April 7, 2016) –– A 58-year-old New Hampshire man was killed Wednesday afternoon when a hit-and-run driver clipped his car and caused it to overturn in a crash on Highway 101, just south of Woodside Road, a California Highway Patrol report said.
The fatal crash took place about 1 p.m. yesterday. The driver of a vehicle, described as a light brown 2000 model Toyota Sienna, was allegedly speeding when they clipped the side of the deceased man’s silver 2006 Scion causing him to lose control and overturn into the center divide of the northbound freeway. The man who died was wearing his seat belt, but his injuries were not survivable. Paramedics rushed him to Stanford Hospital for treatment, but he died about 1:50 p.m., the report said. The man was reportedly from Lyme, New Hampshire, but his identity has not been released.
Police are investigating the crash and hoping to locate the hit-and-run driver and hold him or her responsible for this man’s death. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact Officer Jamey Ollar, California Highway Patrol, at 650-369-6261 or 911.
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