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26 December 2017, 12:53 | Marta Robbins
CHP officer killed by suspected drunk driver Christmas Eve
The driver of the vehicle was identified as a 22-year-old man from Hayward, who, according to Sanchez, "had too much to drink and too much to smoke".
Officer Hannah Walcott said the other officer, Trooper Jonathan Velasquez suffered non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect is now in the hospital being treated for his injuries.
CHP Assistant Chief Ernest Sanchez said that Officer Andrew Camilleri, 33, died when a speeding red Cadillac hit the back of a patrol vehicle that Camilleri and another officer were in. CHP officials will not release his name until he is in their custody, Sanchez said.
Officer Hannah Walcott said the officer was on duty and a passenger in a patrol auto parked on the shoulder of Interstate 880 in Hayward when he was struck around 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
"The effect was severe to the point that it transformed an utility vehicle into a conservative vehicle", Sanchez said at a Christmas morning news meeting.
Camilleri is survived by his wife, three children - a daughter and two sons, all between the ages of 2 and 12 years old - his parents, and two siblings, Brown said. The suspect was taken to a hospital where their condition has not yet been released.
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Gov. Jerry Brown said Camilleri died while "working to keep our communities safe". The driver, identified as Daniel Valencia, 18, had minor injuries. "We join his family, friends and the entire California Highway Patrol in mourning his death and in honoring his sacrifice", he said in the statement.
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