Driver Killed In Milpitas Connector Ramp Crash

MILPITAS (CBS SF) – A 52-year-old San Jose man died Friday morning after his car went off the roadway on a connector ramp to state Highway 237 in Milpitas, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The crash was reported shortly before 6:10 a.m. near the ramp from Calaveras Boulevard to westbound Highway 237.

A man driving a 1991 Toyota was in the far left lane at about 35 mph when he lost control of the vehicle, the CHP said.

The Toyota went off the roadway into a dirt embankment and overturned onto its roof.

The driver of the Toyota, who has not been identified, was not ejected but was pronounced dead at the scene.

Alcohol was not a factor in the crash, according to the CHP. The driver was wearing his seatbelt.

The left lane of the ramp was closed for about two and a half hours because of the investigation into the crash.


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  • Jim Bob


    The vehicle went off the road into a dirt embankment at a mere 35 mph, was not ejected, and was wearing a seatbelt, and the man died.


  • Cindy

    He was wonderful man (don’t want to mantion his name for family). He been a part of my and my family lives for over 25 yrs. He will most definitely be missed.
    We are deeply sorry for his family’ loss.

  • A Friend

    He was a wonderful man, Cindy said it right. He is missed by all of us who worked with him for many years. He always had a kind word to say, and always brighened my day when I saw him. I was privilidged to have known him.

  • A friend and co-worker

    He was a wonderful person and always was positve about everything. He was a great co-worker and will be missed.

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