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Woman Hit by Car at Highway 101, Interstate 280, Interstate 680 Interchange


Woman Killed While Looking for Help in Fatal San Jose Accident

Fatal Pedestrian Accident, Pedestrian Fatality, Pedestrian Killed

San Jose, CA (February 10, 2019) – A woman was killed after she was hit by a car in San Jose. The fatal accident happened on the morning of February 10 at the interchange of Highway 101, Interstate 680 and Interstate 280.

An elderly husband and wife were involved in a minor crash while driving from southbound Highway 101 to northbound Interstate 680. The husband waited for a tow truck, while his wife exited the vehicle to search for help. The woman was hit by a vehicle and died at the accident scene.

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

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