Duncan Stout Killed in Motorcycle Crash on Almaden Expressway [San Jose, CA]
25-Year-Old Duncan Stout Identified as Motorcyclist Killed in San Jose Crash
SAN JOSE, CA (January 18, 2020) – 25-year-old Duncan Stout of Los Gatos died Friday of injuries he suffered in a motorcycle crash on January 18.
According to the San Jose Police Department, the incident happened at about 11:50 PM. A 2014 Mercedes-Benz attempted to make a right turn onto Almaden Expressway from westbound Cloverhill Drive. There, a 2019 Kawasaki motorcycle collided with the vehicle.
Emergency responders rushed Stout to a hospital, where he remained until his death Friday, January 24. The Mercedes driver, described as a San Jose man, remained and cooperated with investigators.
Officers ruled out drugs and alcohol as factors in the fatal crash. Anyone with additional information should reach out to San Jose police Detective Matt Templeman at (408) 277-4654 as soon as possible. Authorities will release more details once they become available.
In this sorrowful time, the Sweet James team would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family of Duncan Stout.
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