Camdan McWright dies at the age of 18: Scooter accident 

Camdan McWright Death, Camdan McWright Football Player died at the age of 18. Camdam McWright died after Crashing his vehicle with Bus.

The freshman football player lost his life on Friday morning after crashing his electric bike into a school bus.

Who was Camdam MCWright? How did he die?

The victim has been identified as Southern Californian running back Camdan McWright, age 18. The San Jose State football team conveyed its sorrow to the athlete and released the announcement.

The California Highway Patrol is investigating the crash because it happened two blocks from San Jose State University and because McWright was hit by a school bus. Despite CHP regulations forbidding it from doing so until discovering that the victim’s family has been told, Officer Mike Lee explained what transpired.

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Hours before their Saturday game against New Mexico State, the San Jose State football team went through an unfathomable loss. An electric scooter crash into a school bus claimed the life of a San Jose State University freshman football player, according to authorities. The incident was what killed Camdan McWright.

Camdan McWright

The school bus was carrying 14 students, according to Lee, who gathered the video and witness statements. It also had a green light as it neared an intersection. The 18-year-old pedestrian approached the intersection at the crosswalk while operating an electric scooter traveling southbound on 10th Street. He then moved to the opposite sidewalk. When he hit the school bus, he was at the junction.

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On Saturday night, the Spartans were scheduled to play at New Mexico State. However, the game has been postponed “because of the awful circumstances impacting Camdan McWright,” the universities said in a joint statement Friday evening. 

What did the authorities say?

The California Highway Patrol and the San Jose Police Department are working together with the institution. The football team’s head coach, Brent Brennan, stated, “We regrettably lost a terrific young man this morning.

Everyone in this community who had the chance to interact with Camdan was aware of his promising future. We still find it difficult to process the news of this tragedy, and we are grateful for everyone’s support at this challenging time. The McWright family is in our thoughts and prayers, and I want them to know that we are all here for them. Camdan will always have a special place in our hearts, and we shall sincerely miss him.

In a statement, Jeff Konya, the director of athletics at San Jose State, said, “We are all devastated by the untimely loss of Camdan McWright. The campus is damaged, and the San Jose State community is particularly close-knit. An extremely clever and intelligent young guy left us far too soon. Our sympathies and condolences are with the McWright family.

Additionally expressing his condolences, interim school president Steve Perez said, “The loss of our student is terrible and devastating for our San Jose State community. We mourn for Camdan, his loved ones, pals, colleagues, and the Spartan community. McWright carried the ball three times for the Spartans during the current season.

Tributes to Camdan McWright

Christian de Guzman posted on St. Genevieve High School Alumni page and the message reads,

He will be greatly missed. May the soul of Camdan McWright, class of 2022, rest in eternal peace with our Father In heaven. We pray for him, his family, his friends, his teammates, and his loved ones.

Jordan Blackman tweeted,

Cam, Your Legacy will always live on. You were 18 years young with a big heart, a pure soul, and an amazing future ahead of you. You inspired many and brought joy to everyone in your life. Camdan McWright, I love you, Young King. Rest in Peace.

Coach Willie Simmons tweeted,

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire San Jose St. family as they mourn the tragic passing of freshman football player Camdan McWright!

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