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Pedestrian Jackie Lynn Rhodes, 50, dies when struck on Highway 4 near the Lone Tree off-ramp in Antioch, California

Modified Date: 
Tue, 12/05/2017 - 10:28am
Accident Date: 
Sunday, August 16, 2015

Pedestrian hit and killed by car on Antioch highway

A pedestrian was killed early Sunday morning in Antioch after being struck by a vehicle, California Highway Patrol said. Around 12:40 a.m., police responded to a report of a collision involving a car and pedestrian on eastbound Highway 4, near the Lone Tree Way off ramp, according to authorities. Officers said traffic was diverted on A Street and closed the A Street off-ramp while they investigated the incident, CHP said. At 2:14 a.m., all lanes had been reopened. Anyone who witnessed the incident is encouraged to contact Contra Costa CHP at (925) 646-4980.

Pittsburg woman killed on Hwy 4 in Antioch in early morning collision

A Pittsburg woman was killed early Sunday morning after being struck by a car while walking on state Highway 4 in Antioch, according to the CHP.The 50-year-old victim was walking north in the no. 2 lane when she was struck by an eastbound Toyota Corolla just east of A Street around 12:40 a.m.The driver, a 26-year-old woman from Concord, reportedly saw the victim at the last moment and tried to swerve. After the crash she remained on scene and cooperated with investigators, according to CHP Officer John Fransen.The driver is not suspected of driving under the influence, Fransen said.The CHP is looking for more information about this morning's fatal crash. They're asking anyone who may have witnessed the incident to assist in the investigation by calling (925) 646-4980.

Woman killed crossing Highway 4 identified

The driver of the Corolla, a 26-year-old Concord woman, told police she tried to swerve, but didn’t have enough time to avoid Rhodes, who officers identified as a Pittsburg resident, according to the CHP.

People Involved: 
Jackie Lynn Rhodes

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