Pedestrian-Auto Collision near Maryann Drive Leaves 85-Year-Old Man Dead

SANTA CLARA, CA (August 1, 2023) – Friday evening, a pedestrian crash on Homestead Road claimed the life of an 85-year-old man.

The collision happened just before 9:00 p.m. at the intersection of Homestead Road and Maryann Drive in the city of Santa Clara.

According to the police, a Toyota pickup truck traveling westbound hit the pedestrian on a marked crosswalk for unknown reasons.

Responding personnel immediately performed CPR on the victim. Unfortunately, the male pedestrian died at the scene. Authorities identified the deceased victim as an 85-year-old man.

Meanwhile, the 55-year-old Toyota driver from Cupertino stayed at the site of the incident and cooperated with the investigators.

The police have ruled out drugs and alcohol as factors in the collision. Additionally, the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner’s Office will notify the next of kin before disclosing the victim’s identity to the public.

Officials are asking anyone with additional information about the Homestead Road pedestrian crash to contact the investigators at (408) 615-4764.

The Sweet James team would like to extend their heartfelt condolences to the family of the victim. May the memories of your loved one give you strength in the difficult days ahead.

It is important to have strong legal representation on your side when losing a loved one in a pedestrian crash. Reach out to the wrongful death lawyers at Sweet James today. With 20 years of experience in the field, they know what it takes to help you win your case. Their team understands that nothing can alleviate the emotional pain of a death of a loved one, but they can help you seek justice and compensation. Call their office at 1-800-900-0000 for a free and confidential case evaluation. You can reach them 24 hours a day and 7 days a week through email, text, and online chat.

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