Football player in San Jose State Camden McCrite He died Friday morning in a traffic accident when he was hit by a school bus while riding an electric bike. He was 18 years old.
The university confirmed McCrite’s death and said it was cooperating with the San Jose Police Department and the California Highway Patrol.
“We tragically lost an amazing young man this morning,” San Jose State coach Brent Brennan said. “Kamdan had a bright future ahead of him, and everyone in this community who has had the opportunity to spend time with him knows that. We are still trying to deal with the news of this tragedy and appreciate everyone’s support in these difficult times. Our thoughts and prayers are with the McCrite family, and I want them to know that we are all here.” For them. Kamdan will always be in our hearts, and we will miss him dearly.”
The accident occurred two blocks from the San Jose state campus and is being investigated by the Republican People’s Party, which has jurisdiction because McCrite was hit by a school bus. CHP policy prevents the victim from confirming the identity of the victim before she receives a Family Notification Notice; However, Officer Mike Lee has been authorized to provide more information about what happened.
According to Lee, citing videos and testimonies, the school bus was carrying approximately 14 students and had a green light when it entered an intersection.
“The 18-year-old pedestrian riding an electric scooter was heading south on 10th Street and entered the intersection at the pedestrian crossing and was crossing to the opposite sidewalk,” Lee said. “He was in the crosswalk when the bus hit him.
“[He] They were mortally wounded on the spot at the scene.”
According to Lee, the scooter that McWright was renting was from Lime and he was not wearing a helmet.
“We are all crushed by the tragic loss of Camden McCrite,” San Jose State Athletic Director Jeff Konya said in a statement. “The San Jose State community is so close, and the campus is devastated. We lost a smart and talented young man so soon. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to the McCrite family.”
McCrite was a freshman escaping from Panorama City in Los Angeles, where he was twice named MVP in his high school league. He had three gigs for 6 yards this year for the Spartans.
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