Pedestrian On I-80 Richmond Killed In Hit & Run Crash

RICHMOND (CBS SF) – A pedestrian was struck and killed in a hit-and-run in East Richmond Tuesday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.

A male pedestrian was standing in the number three westbound lane of Interstate Highway 80, east of McBryde Avenue, when a white Chevrolet Malibu struck him.

The car continued driving westbound on Interstate Highway 80 and exited at the McBryde Avenue off-ramp, CHP officials said.

CHP officials said multiple vehicles appeared to have hit the pedestrian after the initial car and responding emergency crews declared the victim dead at the scene.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Oakland CHP at (510) 450-3830.

 

 

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  1. richmond resident says:

    Why is there no mention as to why this guy was standing in the third lane on 80? Was there a disabled car nearby?

  2. Ernie Rodrigues says:

    His name was Ricky Mears. He hadn’t owned a car in years. He had been kicked out by his roommates and wasn’t wanted by anyone . He was just ok when sober , a rare event. What he was doing in the third lane of I – 80 we’ll never know , hell I bet Ricky didn’t even know. To him it probably made sense at the time. Possibly suicidal, probably drunk, positively not playing with a full deck. Once a productive member of society’s working class in a galaxy far, far away, now the stereo typical besotted indigent with a vacant gaze and aimless aspiration. He will be missed by few and mourned by fewer. Ironic his journey ended on a highway to everywhere…
    The tragic ( or maybe humane ) ending to an empty existence. Goodbye Ricky. Sorry things didn’t work out for you here… Via co Dios Ricky

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