Cupertino Resident Killed While Riding Bicycle Near De Anza College



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Wanju Yu, a 74-year-old Cupertino resident, was struck and killed by a driver while riding his bicycle near De Anza College yesterday.

A student turning into campus from eastbound Stevens Canyon Road hit Yu at 9:15 a.m., Sgt. Rick Sung told Bay City News. He appears to have died from head and neck wounds, according to the medical examiner’s office.

The driver, who stopped at the scene, was not arrested, and the collision remains under investigation.

Sgt. Sung confirmed that the crash occurred at the main entrance to De Anza College, at the intersection of Stevens Creek Boulevard and Mary Avenue.

We will update as further details become available.

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