Man killed in Woodside crash identified

The San Mateo County coroner's office has identified the 21-year-old man who died in Woodside early Saturday morning after the vehicle
he was driving hit two trees and another vehicle before flipping.

Ryan Ferrari, a Woodside resident, died in the crash, according to the coroner's office.

Ferrari was headed home at about 2:30 a.m. when he crashed in the 200 block of Woodside Drive, San Mateo County sheriff's Sgt. Wes Matsuura said.

Ferrari lost control of his vehicle, went into the opposite lanes and hit a tree. He then hit another tree and crashed into an oncoming car
driven by a Redwood City resident, according to Matsurra.

The vehicle spun out and flipped, and Ferrari was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the other vehicle, Jerad Tondino, was found to be under the influence and booked for DUI, Matsuura said.

It was determined that Tondino was not injured in the collision and was not at fault for the crash.

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