Young Antioch man killed after being hit by three cars on I-680 in Pleasant Hill, Saturday morning, identified

On Saturday morning, March 25, at around 4:40am, Contra Costa CHP was advised of a hit and run traffic collision on northbound I-680 south of Monument Blvd. Upon CHP and emergency personnel arrival it was determined a pedestrian (19-year-old male from Antioch) was struck by three vehicles. The first vehicle to strike the pedestrian left the scene.

The first vehicle to strike the pedestrian was described as possibly being a white Acura Integra. The pedestrian was pronounced deceased at the scene of the collision. On Monday, the victim was identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner as Dyshon Douglas.

In the initial investigation, it appears that the pedestrian was standing in the lanes of northbound I-680 just south of Monument Blvd. It appears as though a white colored sedan collided with the pedestrian and continued northbound on I-680. Immediately after the initial collision the pedestrian was struck by an Audi SUV (driven by a 29-year-old male from Oakley) and a Toyota Corolla (driven by a 22-year-old female from Concord). The drivers of the Audi and Toyota stopped on scene and provided statements to officers.

At this time alcohol or drugs do not appear to be a factor in this collision. This collision is still under investigation and if anyone witnessed this collision or the events leading up to it, please contact Officer Mitchell at Contra Costa CHP (925) 646-4980.

8 Comments to “Young Antioch man killed after being hit by three cars on I-680 in Pleasant Hill, Saturday morning, identified”

  1. Rjb says:

    Monument area on the border of concord and ph is not a very good part of town. Usually drug dealing and other criminal filth happens in this area. I wonder what young Dyshon was doing there at 4:40 in the morning.

    Hmm.. probably delivering his newspaper route on foot?

    Yeah right.

    • Rip mookie says:

      Maybe you should not assume you know anything. And keep your opinions to yourself. Especially when dealing with something as sensitive as the death of a young man. Did your mother teach you no manners.

      Who by the way had a job and was loved by many. There are so many other reasons he could of been there. How about on his way to work (which is entirely possible) and broke down. Phone didn’t work so he started walking.

      I believe in freedom of speach. But I also believe in kindness. He has a family. And this kind of BS is not needed right now.

      Spend some time evaluating yourself and leave others alone.

      We love you Mookie you will be missed greatly.

      • I didn’t know you Dyshon, but GOD BLESS YOU. FLY WITH THE ANGELS

      • RJB says:

        Oh boo boo.

        Nothing in my post “assumed” anything. Maybe you spend some time learning how to read and stop judging others you hypocrite.

        Too bad your pal here died. Maybe you should have taught him how to press a button and use a crosswalk?

        I’m sure he he was an aspiring rapper that graduated middle school and that stuff…

        Yeah I believe in freedom of speech and respect others opinion, but you’re the one “assuming” here since you proved you have no idea what he was doing in a ghetto hood rat location at 4 in the morning. Maybe he’s santa clause and delivering presents to the needy kids?


        • a.k.b says:

          Think before you speak @rjb Yes,he was an aspiring rapper…and yes, he graduated middle school but if my boy mookie was still alive he would still make whatever you make in a month in a day.Mookie was smart… smarter than you.Your jokes aren’t funny.I feel sorry for your mother.She raised a dumb ass. I won’t let you disrespect my brother Mookie.
          R.I.P mookie love you bro #mookiesworld

      • a.k.b says:

        #mookieworld you already know. I give you mad props for standing up for mookie like that

  2. Julio says:

    RJB, your first post was accurate and no assumptions. Should have left it at that.

    RIP young man. You may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time for the wrong reasons.

    • VSM says:

      I am sorry to hear of this man’s tragic death, but I have to wonder what was a pedestrian doing on the HWY 680? He wasn’t on a city street, the article reads he was standing in the Northbound lanes of 680 and there is no reference to him being with his own vehicle?

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