1 Pronounced Dead after Three-Vehicle Collision on May School Road

LIVERMORE, CA (May 12, 2023) – Saturday night, one driver was killed in a speeding 3-car accident on North Livermore Avenue. Officers first located the street race around 8:46 p.m., between Manning and May School Road. According to reports, three vehicles were seen speeding south on Livermore Avenue. Shortly after, police witnessed a collision near the intersection of I-580 and North Livermore Road. Shortly after, authorities observed a crash while approaching I-580 and North Livermore Avenue intersection. Investigators say a 2006 Acura RL drove through a red light and struck a 2013 Hyundai Elantra and a 1994 Chevy Camaro that were stopped in the left turn lane. The Acura driver then continued racing through the intersection and collided with a traffic pole. The pole then fell onto the Acura and caused fatal injuries to its driver. Meanwhile, both drivers from the two other vehicles declined medical transport. At this time, Livermore Officials are asking anyone with additional information about the fatal three-vehicle crash to contact them immediately.
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