Livermore man identified as Saturday's I-680 crash victim

Multi-car accident kills driver who lost control of vehicle south of Andrade Road

The Alameda County coroner's bureau has identified a 53-year-old Livermore man who died in a crash on southbound Interstate Highway 680 in an unincorporated part of the county near Fremont Saturday morning.

Sirous Mosleh died in the crash, which occurred at about 5:20 a.m. on southbound I-680 just south of Andrade Road, according to the coroner's bureau.

Mosleh's 2000 Mazda crashed into a concrete wall in the center median of the highway and crossed the roadway and crashed into a wall on the right shoulder, according to the California Highway Patrol.

As Mosleh got out of his vehicle, a 28-year-old Santa Clara man also driving on the highway was unable to avoid the Mazda and crashed into it, according to the CHP.

Shortly afterward, two other vehicles also driving south on I-680 tried to avoid the disabled vehicles, but collided with each other, and one of the vehicles struck Mosleh, who was sent over the concrete wall, according to the CHP.

Mosleh was pronounced dead at the scene.

The crash briefly blocked lanes of southbound I-680, but all lanes were reopened by about 8:15 a.m., according to the CHP.


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