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San Jose cops arrest teen driver in automobile crash that killed pedestrian

SAN JOSE — Police have arrested a youngster who was driving a stolen SUV that struck and killed a person in San Jose over the weekend, officers mentioned Monday.

The sufferer of the deadly accident, which occurred within the 1100 block of Winchester Boulevard in San Jose, has but to be recognized.

The motive force of the stolen car that brought on the lethal accident was recognized solely as a juvenile male.

San Jose law enforcement officials arrested the driving force and transported him to an area hospital with accidents that had been described as non-life-threatening.

The deadly crash occurred on Sept. 3 at roughly 3:22 a.m. the San Jose Police Division reported Monday.

“A 2019 Hyundai SUV, occupied by a lone juvenile male driver, was touring northbound on Winchester Boulevard when it left the roadway and struck an grownup male pedestrian on the sidewalk,” the police division said.

The crash occurred on Winchester Boulevard between Walgrove Manner and Greentree Manner in San Jose.

The car raced northbound on the sidewalk after which smashed right into a tree close to Walgrove Manner, in accordance with police.

The pedestrian was pronounced useless on the scene. The motive force of the Hyundai was arrested and brought to a hospital.

“It was later found that the Hyundai was an unreported stolen car,” authorities mentioned in a launch that was ready by San Jose Police Officer Steve Aponte.

The Santa Clara County Coroner’s Workplace will launch the id of the sufferer pending notification of subsequent of kin.

“That is the thirty third deadly collision and the thirty fourth site visitors dying of 2023,” San Jose police mentioned of the crash. “This was additionally the nineteenth pedestrian dying of 2023.”

Anybody with data on this investigation is urged to contact Detective Eliseo Malvido of the San Jose Police Division’s Site visitors Investigations Unit at 4206@sanjoseca.gov or 408-277-4654.




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