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1 Killed in Crash at Pleasanton Sunol and Koopman Roads


Head-on Accident in Sunol Causes Fatality

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Sunol, CA (November 7, 2019) – One person was killed in a head-on crash in Sunol. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of November 7 at Pleasanton Sunol and Koopman roads.

An Infiniti Q450 SUV and a Ford Matrix collided head-on at the intersection for unknown reasons. One person died at the accident scene.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.

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