CHP officer killed when SUV hit by possible drunk driver

Posted December 26, 2017

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

A California Highway Patrol officer from Tracy died following an alleged DUI collision late Sunday night on southbound Interstate Highway 880 in Hayward, CHP officials said this morning. Inside, in the passenger seat, was Officer Andrew Camilleri, a married father of three children. A red Cadillac, which was being driven by a 22-year-old man at "a very high rate of speed", veered into the shoulder of the road, ramming into the right side of the CHP patrol vehicle, Sanchez said.

The two officers were assigned to a "maximum enforcement" Christmas Eve patrol for drunken drivers and speeders and were parked on the shoulder of southbound I-880 near the Winton Avenue on-ramp when the auto left the roadway and struck them from behind, Nacke said.

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A second officer who was in the vehicle was treated at the hospital and released. It appeared the driver of the Cadillac was not only drunk, but under the influence of drugs and was coming home from a party, according to the CHP.

CHP has not released the other driver's name.

Capt. Tim Pearson, commander of the CHP office in Hayward, fondly recalled Camilleri, who joined the department in August 2016. Jerry Brown issued a statement following news of the officer's death. Camilleri is survived by his wife Rosanna, three children; 12, 6 and 2 years old; his parents, a brother and sister.