Closeup of CHP - California Highway Patrol car sign and emblem on door of a Ford SUV. (Courtesy image)

Closeup of CHP - California Highway Patrol car sign and emblem on door of a Ford SUV. (Courtesy image)

Driver dies after being ejected from SUV in highway crash

A Redwood City man was killed when he was ejected from a Lexus SUV that crashed into the wall of the 25th Street off-ramp of southbound Interstate Highway 280 on Sunday morning, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said.

Investigators believe the victim, who was ejected through the driver’s side window into a pole, was not wearing any restraints when the SUV hit the railing on the left side of the off-ramp shortly before 5 a.m.

No other vehicles were involved in the crash, the spokesman said.

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