Tony Reyes killed on freewayA 38-year-old San Bruno man was killed after he exited his crashed vehicle, walked onto a northbound lane of U.S. 101 near Marsh Road and was hit by an oncoming car early Friday morning, Sept. 28, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Tony Edward Reyes, who competed for 14 seasons in the Professional Bowlers Association tour, was identified as the motorist who died just before 12:30 a.m. on the freeway near Menlo Park. He won the Motor City Classic in 2006 when he bowled a perfect 300, according to the U.S. Bowling Congress.
Mr. Reyes was headed north on the freeway when his Chevrolet Trailblazer skipped off of the fourth and fifth lanes and hit the right-side sound wall, the CHP said.
He then got out of his disabled car and stood in a lane where he was struck by a Jeep Liberty, driven by Romeo Tutop, 31, of San Jose, according to the CHP.
The crash remains under investigation, CHP Officer Art Montiel said.
— Bay City News Service