CHP officer killed in crash on I-880, another officer injured

Posted December 26, 2017

The CHP said the crash took place around 11:32 p.m. and forced the closure of all lanes on southbound Interstate Highway 880 just north of state Highway 92 in Hayward.

A California Highway Patrol officer was killed when a patrol auto in which he was riding was struck on an on-ramp to Interstate 880 in Hayward, authorities said Monday.

Assistant Chief Ernest Sanchez said the driver was traveling at a high speed when he slammed into the back of a CHP SUV parked on the right shoulder.

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CHP officer Andrew Camilleri, 33, was stopped in a marked auto near Winton Avenue on-ramp to Interstate 880 at about 11:32 p.m. Sunday when the wreck happened, according to the Golden Gate CHP Facebook page.

All three suffered injuries and were rushed by ambulances to local hospitals.

Camilleri's children "were expecting (their) father to come home and help open Christmas presents", Sanchez said. Officials say his partner was sitting in the driver's seat of their patrol vehicle at the time of the crash.

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"This needs to stop", Sanchez said, adding that he is not only brokenhearted about Camilleri's death, but also angry. Jerry Brown issued a statement following news of the officer's death. Camilleri, 33, died from his injuries. Officer Camilleri is survived by his wife, Rosanna; a daughter and two sons, ages 12, 6 and 2.

In honor of Camilleri, Capitol flags in Sacramento will be flown at half-staff.

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