44-Year-Old Driver Dead after Semi-Truck Crash near Hoffman Lane

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA (October 3, 2022) – Early Wednesday morning, Luis Alvarado Zavala was killed in a big-rig collision on Highway 4.

Police responded to the scene around 5:20 a.m. Dispatchers responded in the two-lane section of Highway 4, just east of Hoffman Lane.

Officers say the driver of the tractor-trailer entered the westbound lanes from a private driveway. There, the tractor was rear-ended by a Ford Taurus.

The impact pushed the Ford into the eastbound lanes, where it was struck by a Honda Odyssey shortly after.

Due to the extent of injuries sustained, medics pronounced the Honda driver dead at the scene. The coroner’s office later identified the deceased victim as 44-year-old Alvarado, of Antioch.

Meanwhile, paramedics transported the Ford driver to a nearby hospital for further treatment. In addition, the driver of the tractor-trailer remained uninjured.

During this devastating time, the team at Sweet James would like to offer their sincere condolences to the family and friends of Luis Alvarado Zavala. May you find comfort and strength through the memories of your loved one.

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