UPDATE: Sergio Quilici, 34, was struck by a Honda Accord at the intersection of Alderwood Road and Treat Boulevard at approximately 5:42 a.m. on Sunday, according to preliminary investigation findings from California Highway Patrol. Quilici, according to investigators, had stopped his Nissan van, exited, and was standing behind his vehicle facing westbound when he was struck by the Honda. Apparently, both vehicles were facing west.
CHP reports that Quilici was pronounced deceased at the scene. The Honda driver, whose name has not been disclosed, sustained serious injuries. As of Thursday afternoon, a CHP spokesperson was unavailable to comment on the investigation’s latest developments.
Sergio Quilici Death – Sergio Quilici was involved in a car accident that happened San Francisco Bay Area. Unconfirmed sources and some local websites reported that Quilici suffered life-threatening injuries from the crash and was pronounced dead. The police official reports into the accident has not been made available to the public.
Sergio Quilici Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: 2 dead following crash in Westbound Lanes of Bay Bridge
According to the California Highway Patrol, two people were killed when their vehicle collided with a tractor-trailer on the Bay Bridge late on Wednesday night. The collision blocked multiple westbound lanes for a significant portion of early Thursday morning. According to the CHP, the traffic on the bridge did not free up until several hours after the collision was cleared up because of unrelated police action.
At 11:13 p.m., there was a report of a collision between a car and an SUV that did not involve any injuries on Interstate 80, and eight minutes later, there was a report of a second collision involving a vehicle rear-ending a big rig truck near the on-ramp to Treasure Island Road. Both collisions did not involve any injuries. According to the CHP, the second collision resulted in the deaths of two people.
At 11:32 p.m., the California Highway Patrol issued a Sig-alert because all lanes were stopped, and at 12:04 a.m. on Thursday, they called for the coroner. By 3:50 in the morning, the California Highway Patrol had reopened two of the five westbound lanes. As soon as the police activity came to an end shortly after 7 in the morning, all lanes were made available again.
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