Woman Killed in Crash on Highway 17/Highway 280 Connector

Vehicle Overturns in Fatal San Jose Accident

San Jose, CA (February 16, 2021) – A woman was killed in a solo-vehicle crash in San Jose. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of February 16 on the Highway 17/Highway 280 connector.

A Smart car went off the ramp connecting northbound Highway 17 and northbound Highway 280. It overturned and stopped next to a concrete barrier. The driver, a 28-year-old woman from San Jose, died at the accident scene. 

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

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