TRACY, Calif. — The Latest on a freeway collision that killed an off-duty California sheriff’s deputy (all times local):

4 p.m.

Authorities have identified an off-duty Alameda County Sheriff’s deputy killed when a bus crashed into his car as a 10-year veteran of the department.

Alameda County Sheriff Gregory Ahern says Deputy Sroeuy Khin was killed Friday after working a 12-hour shift at San Rita Jail and a day before his 51st birthday. Khin leaves behind a wife and four children.

Ahern said Khin was “one of our hardest working employees.”

Khin was killed when a bus carrying Tesla employees crashed into his car east of San Francisco.

The California Highway Patrol says the collision occurred when the deputy’s Volkswagen was stopped on the highway and was rear-ended by the bus on the Altamont Pass in Tracy, about 75 miles (120 kilometers) east of San Francisco.


11:35 a.m.

Authorities say an off-duty California sheriff’s deputy was killed Friday morning when a bus carrying Tesla employees crashed into his car east of San Francisco.

The deputy worked for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. His name and age were not released.

One bus passenger had minor injuries. The California Highway Patrol says the collision occurred when the deputy’s Volkswagen was stopped on the highway and was rear-ended by the bus on the Altamont Pass in Tracy, about 75 miles (120 kilometers) east of San Francisco.

The bus driver told CHP officers he didn’t see the car because the sun was in his eyes.

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10:20 a.m.

Authorities say an off-duty law enforcement officer was killed Friday morning when a bus carrying Tesla employees crashed into the officer’s car east of San Francisco.

The name of the officer was not released. Authorities also declined to say what law enforcement agency the person worked for until their family is notified. One bus passenger had minor injuries.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/2q9FMZi) the California Highway Patrol says the collision occurred when the off-duty officer’s Volkswagen was stopped on the highway and was rear-ended by the bus on the Altamont Pass in Tracy, about 75 miles (120 kilometers) east of San Francisco.

The bus driver told CHP officers he didn’t see the car because the sun was in his eyes.

Three eastbound lanes of Interstate 580 remain blocked.