Man Killed in Crash on Interstate 780 Near Glen Cove Road

Police Chase Leads to Fatal Vallejo Accident 

Fatal Accident 7

Vallejo, CA (February 12, 2020) – A man was killed after a police pursuit in Vallejo led to a crash. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of February 12 on Interstate 780.

Police were pursuing a man in a Honda Civic when the man lost control and flew off westbound Interstate 780, near Glen Cove Road. The male driver hit a tree, killing him on impact.

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



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