Man Killed in Crash on Interstate 580 Near Dutton Avenue

Victim Leaves Roadway, Hits Tree in Fatal San Leandro Accident

Fatal Accident 3

San Leandro, CA (August 6, 2019) – A man was killed after hitting a tree in San Leandro. The fatal accident occurred just after midnight on August 6 on Interstate 580.

A man was driving a Toyota minivan on eastbound Interstate 580, near Dutton Avenue.  For unknown reasons, he veered off the freeway and hit a tree. The man died at the accident scene. He was the sole occupant of the minivan.

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

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