FREMONT (CBS SF) –All lanes have reopened after a vehicle passenger died in a crash on northbound Interstate Highway 880 in Fremont Wednesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The collision was reported at 9:42 a.m. when a black sedan driving on northbound Highway 880 at South Fremont Boulevard crashed into a green SUV, according to CHP Officer Manuel Leal.

The green SUV lost control, turned over multiple times and a passenger in the vehicle died at the scene.

The driver of the green SUV was taken to a hospital with moderate injuries, and the driver of the black sedan appears to be OK, Leal said.

Three lanes of the highway were closed and traffic was backed up on the highway as of late this morning, but all lanes were reopened at 12:31 p.m.

No information was immediately available from the CHP about why the collision happened.

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Comments (3)
  1. The only reason idiots like these lose control of their cars is because they are horrible drivers to begin with.
    Thankfully, the Lord has bless us with a fatality in this case.
    Praise be to you Lord Jesus.

    1. Hey Jesus dude, I see reading comprehension is not your strength. Please re-read the report. The idiot that cause the crash walked away from it ! The person who was in the vehicle that was hit died. This is manslaughter at least. What are you praising Jesus for???

  2. When I lived in the Bay Area I would get borderline physically sick every time I had to drive from San Jose to Moraga. 880 is a very dangerous highway. The pavement is in terrible condition: potholes, grooves, loose gravel, and I won’t even mention all the trash on the shoulders.

    The psycho drivers on that hwy are worse than in LA or even New York City. They will tailgate you at 80 MPH, cut you off, speed like crazy, and don’t expect to see any blinkers indicating lane changes. These idiots change lanes by swerving in front of each other. Add to that carpool lane cheaters and 18-wheeler trucks with drowsy Mexican drivers, and you have a killing field, not a highway. The CHP is rarely around to keep order.

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