OAKLAND — A person suffered deadly accidents Wednesday evening in East Oakland when he was pinned between a automotive and a mini-van that had been hit by a stolen SUV pushed by somebody who fled the scene on foot, police mentioned.
He was recognized by the coroner’s workplace Thursday as Luciano Carmona-Garcia, 42, of Hayward.
The lethal chain of occasions occurred about 10:26 p.m. Wednesday within the 4200 block of Worldwide Boulevard.
Police mentioned the motive force of a stolen Kia Sorento SUV was dashing within the eastbound lanes when it first collided with a Pontiac Vibe hatchback. The Pontiac driver was in a position to drive to a hospital on their very own for remedy of minor accidents.
Police mentioned the impression from that collision triggered the Kia to crash right into a Ford Mustang and Chrysler Pacifica that had been parked on the south curbside.
Carmona-Garcia was on the sidewalk, bought pinned between the 2 automobiles and suffered main accidents, together with having one in every of his legs utterly severed, authorities mentioned. He was taken to a hospital the place he later died.
The Kia driver fled on foot. Police haven’t but mentioned the place the car was stolen from.
Investigators mentioned it’s unknown if medication or alcohol had been components in what occurred.
Police and Crime Stoppers of Oakland are providing as much as $10,000 in reward cash for data resulting in the arrest of the motive force who fled. Anybody with data might name police at 510-777-8570 or Crime Stoppers at 510-777-8572.