Suspect Dead after Being Hit by Car after Pursuit Ends in Accident near Black MountainSAN MATEO, CA (October 5, 2022) – Wednesday morning, one person died after stolen car pursuit ends in a crash on San Mateo Bridge. The incident started along the San Francisco Bay Area leading to San Mateo Bridge around 4:00 a.m. on September 21st. According to the CHP, they received a report of burglary and theft of a white 2020 Ford Mustang. The suspect driver started the chase on the freeway along Pacifica, down I-280, before losing the car near Black Mountain. San Mateo police officers eventually ended the chase on CA-92 before losing the car again near Edgewater. After which, they received a call from 911 that a pedestrian was struck on the bridge. Police reports stated that the suspect driver ran out of gas and fled on foot but was hit by oncoming traffic in the area. Police only described the deceased individual as a 32-year-old Fremont man. While the driver who struck the man did not face any charges. At this time, authorities are investigating the crash and will release further information once available.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Deepest condolences and sympathies are with the families and friends of the deceased victim.
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